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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Lot 4 Supply Calcium nitrate for the removal of the production of reduced sulfur compounds in wastewater from urban public sanitation,
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In this research, aqueous solution of calcium nitrate and aluminum nitrate salts were added with colloid silicon at defined molar ratio to obtain alpha SiAlON with chemical composition of Ca1Si9Al3O1N15.
Sprays of calcium chloride or calcium nitrate reduce damage from bitter pit, scald and internal breakdown.
With some gloves, the calcium concentrations in the solutions obtained from gloves were approximately one-half those of nitrate, suggesting that calcium nitrate may be the major source of nitrate contamination.
Water gels come in super-saturated solutions of ammonium nitrate or calcium nitrate.
If the malady seems severe, apply a dose of calcium nitrate and water it in well.
Export and import of double salts and mixtures of calcium nitrate and ammonium nitrate: volume, structure, dynamics
He used Tetraethyl orthosilicate, Triethyl phosphate and calcium nitrate as precursors of silica, calcium oxide, and phosphor oxide to synthesize bioactive glasses, namely, S58, S63, and S72 which contain 58 % wt.
Calcium nitrate and sodium nitrate appeared to be poor nitrogen sources for the growth of the fungus.
Add manure, calcium nitrate or dried blood to accelerate the heating and breakdown of the weeds and seeds.
Rapid synthesis of CDHA was done by co-precipitation process of calcium nitrate tetra-hydrate and phosphoric acid and subsequently subjecting the rinsed precipitate to microwave irradiation in a domestic microwave oven.