dinitrogen


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dinitrogen

(daɪˈnaɪtrədʒən)
n
(of a chemical compound) containing two nitrogen atoms
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Normally rcss use hydrazine and dinitrogen tetroxide (nto) as propellants.
N can be produced chemically from dinitrogen gas (N2) and fossil fuels by the Haber Bosch process.
The ability of legumes to engage in a dinitrogen fixing symbiosis with soil bacteria, make their culture important in productivity agriculture [21].
In addition, biofertilizers with atmospheric dinitrogen fixing and phosphate solubilizing bacteria have also been commercialized and marketed (Chabot et al.
3) adsorption isotherm have been increased by way of the Sr atomic ratio in LaAlO3 either A site, isothermal adsorption dinitrogen allow highlighting the textural properties of materials.
Anammox bacteria disguised as denitrifiers: nitrate reduction to dinitrogen gas via nitrite and ammonium.
To track the cycle of nitrogen in the atmosphere, they studied dinitrogen pentoxide, a molecule that results from the oxidation of nitrogen oxides.
Bardin, "Estimation of symbiotic dinitrogen fixation in alder forest by the method based on natural15N abundance," Plant and Soil, vol.