ammonic

ammonic

(əˈmɒnɪk; əˈməʊnɪk)
adj
(Chemistry) of or concerned with ammonia or ammonium compounds
amˈmonical adj
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Sal ammonic is the mineralogical form of ammonium chloride.
Continuation of the study of the ammonic system," Journal fur Psychologie und Neurologie, vol.
Table 1: QIM scheme developed for ungutted tropical Lethrinidae ('Changu') Quality Description Score parameter Skin Colour/ Fresh bright 0 appearance Less bright 1 Yellowish greenish, mainly 2 near the abdomen Mucus Clear, no clotting 0 Milky, clotted 1 Yellow and clotted 2 Odour Fresh sea weed 0 Neutral, musty, grassy 1 Ammonic, very sour 2 Texture In rigor 0 Elastic/Finger mark disappears 1 Very soft/Leaves mark over 3 sec.
Nutrients: Nitrogen (ammonic, nitrate, or organic nitrogen) and phosphorous (ortho-phosphate or organic phosphorous) are generally the limiting nutrients.
(1987): air dried soil samples were sieved (2.0 mm) and analyzed for total organic matter (OM) by spectrophotometry after oxidation with sodium dichromate in the presence of sulfuric acid and a subsequent titration with ammonic ferrous sulfate; phosphorus (P) was determined by spectrophotometry after anion exchange resin extraction; exchangeable aluminum (Al) and potassium (K) were extracted with 1 molc [l.sup.-1] KCl, cation exchange resin, and buffer SMP, respectively; and soil pH was determined in [CaCl.sub.2] (0.01 M) solution.
Low water-solubility forms (ferric orthophosphate, ferric ammonic orthophosphate, ferric pyrophosphate and elemental iron powder) may seem like a logical solution for fortification.