ammonium bicarbonate


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ammonium bicarbonate

n.
A white crystalline salt, bicarbonate of ammonium, NH4HCO3, used in fire-extinguishing compounds and in baking powder.
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In raw peanuts, a similar extraction yield between Tris-Cl, urea-TBS, and ammonium bicarbonate buffers was observed (51%, 53%, and 50%, respectively).
The Raman band envelopes of aqueous solutions of ammonium carbonate, ammonium bicarbonate, and ammonium carbamate have been identified and analyzed [10] and form the basis for the previously reported speciation studies of the C[O.sub.2]-N[H.sub.3]-[H.sub.2]O system [11, 12].
(a) Separation on DEAE-Sephacel ion-exchange chromatography: crude venom (200 mg) was applied to the column (2.5 x 20 cm) and elution was carried out at a flow rate of 20 mL/h with ammonium bicarbonate (Ambic) buffer gradients, pH 7.8, from 0.05 M to 0.6 M.
We added all of the labeled peptides and purified horse IgG to blanks, standards, controls, and samples before digestion as an IS mix in 50 mmol/L ammonium bicarbonate. The 1-mg/L labeled peptides were combined as follows: 15 [micro]L IgG1,13 [micro]L IgG2, 25 [micro]L IgG3, 23 [micro]L IgG4, and 15 [micro]L of the common labeled peptide.
Potassium sorbate, calcium chelate, iron sulfate, ammonium bicarbonate, ammonium oxalate, and EDTA disodium completely inhibited V.
In brief, gel pieces were washed twice with 50% (v/v) acetonitrile in 50 mM ammonium bicarbonate, shrunk by dehydration in acetonitrile and dried in vacuum centrifuge.
The chemicals included dehydrated alcohol (C[H.sub.3]C[H.sub.2]OH, Anhui Ante Biochemistry Co., Ltd., AR), ammonium bicarbonate (N[H.sub.4] HC[O.sub.3], Shanghai no.
The profitable byproducts, ammonium bicarbonate (NH4HCO3) ammonium sulfate ((NH4)2SO4) and ammonium nitrate (NH4NO3) are produced.
It is engaged in the business of manufacturing and marketing fertilizers, industrial chemicals such as methanol, methylamines, ammonium bicarbonate, ammonium nitrate etc.
using two chemical agents such as urea and ammonium bicarbonate. These compounds can reduce to ammonium and ammonia (Trenkel, 1997; Carpio & Moran, 2005), which are toxic for aquatic organisms (Zhao et al., 1997).
Researchers found that for every molecule of urea in urine, one mole (a chemical unit used to measure the quantity of a substance) of ammonium bicarbonate is produced along with one mole of ammonia, which could be used to absorb one mole of atmospheric CO2.
1987) and this has led to the development of ammonia-based synthetic lures, including ammonium bicarbonate (Robacker & Warfield 1993) and ammonium acetate (Heath et al.