calcium nitrate


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calcium nitrate

n.
A colorless crystalline oxidant, Ca(NO3)2, used in explosives.
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Noun1.calcium nitrate - a deliquescent salt that is soluble in water; sometimes used as a source of nitrogen in fertilizers
nitrate - any compound containing the nitrate group (such as a salt or ester of nitric acid)
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Contract notice: supply of liquefied chlorine, polymer, ferric chloride and calcium nitrate
Calcium nitrate promoted maximum growth for all the strains isolated from S-slope and mutant strains while N-strains showed optimum response towards calcium nitrate.
2008), they synthesized hydroxyapatite nanorods with wet precipitation method, employing calcium nitrate tetrahydrate and ammonium phosphate dibasic like precursors of the reaction, also, they added gelatin at the aqueous solution of calcium nitrate to serve like covering of fibers, the obtained aqueous solutions were centrifuged to separate phases during 30 min at 10000 rpm and 8000 rpm.
Flower induction was performed using calcium nitrate and water stress, while weeds were controlled using a mechanical mower between the crop rows.
For the mean values of calcium source, C>A>B (C, B and A represents calcium acetate, calcium chloride and calcium nitrate respectively), suggesting that calcium acetate can promote the formation of calcium carbonate.
One of the most widespread artificial fertilizers is the calcium nitrate.
Given that both of these minerals easily move from grapevine roots to shoots, calcium nitrate is highly effective in stimulating shoot metabolism and growth.
Mitigating methane production from ruminants; effect of calcium nitrate as modifier of the fermentation in an in vitro incubation using cassava root as the energy source and leaves of cassava or Mimosa pigra as source of protein.
Explosives supplier BME recently noted that bulk emulsion explosives have come a long way since the company introduced double-salt [ammonium nitrate/ calcium nitrate (AN/CN)] cold emulsion products into South Africa more than 30 years ago.
Potassium dihydrogen phosphate (KH2PO4), Calcium Chloride; CaCl2, Calcium Nitrate tetra hydrate Ca(NO3)2.
5 in 1000 with a single spray of calcium nitrate, calcium nitrate 2.
2007) found that the addition of calcium nitrate and potassium chloride to Knudson culture medium increased the number of roots produced during micropropagation of grapevine rootstock.