ammonium sulfate


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ammonium sulfate

n.
An odorless white crystalline salt, (NH4)2SO4, used in fertilizers, fire retardants, and water purification.

ammo′nium sul′fate


n.
a white, crystalline, water-soluble solid, (NH4)2SO4, used chiefly as a fertilizer.
[1800–85]
Translations
Ammoniumsulfat
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Ammonium Sulfate Market is segmented across five regions: Asia Pacific, North America, Europe, Latin America, and the Middle East & Africa.
"People typically believe that ammonium sulfate may not be terribly toxic, but our results show large impacts on female pregnant rats.
Tenders were also announced for the selection of a contractor for the design and construction of an enterprise for the production of granulated ammonium sulfate - mixed nitrogen-sulfur fertilizer, and a workshop for the production of Urea-ES nitrogen-sulfate fertilizer at the Tejencarbamide plant.
The treatments applied in the presence of liming were: (1) single superphosphate and urea, (2) single superphosphate and ammonium sulfate, (3) reactive natural phosphate and urea, (4) reactive natural phosphate and ammonium sulfate.
Ammonium sulfate precipitation: The enzyme to be purified was first precipitated from the fermentation media by using ammonium sulphate.
The ammonium sulfate precipitation was carried out by adding solid ammonium sulfate to crude enzyme mixture until 0-30 per cent saturation (w/v) with continuous stirring at 4[degrees]C.
There was no correlation between soil humidity (%) and insect infestation (%) (nymphs + adults), except for the treatment without calcium sulfate (0 kg/ha) along with 208 kg/ha of ammonium sulfate. There was a significant difference between average and previous infestation of S.
Treatments included T1: atrazine, T2: nicosulfuron + volck oil, T3: nicosulfuron + ammonium nitrate, T4: nicosulfuron + ammonium sulfate, T5: nicosulfuron + citogate, T6: nicosulfuron and T7: control.
These products are shipped to users with the external ammonium sulfate unexchanged, which preferred by most researchers, since it gives them the opportunity to control the establishment of the ammonium gradient.
The company, a one-time supplier of organic fertilizer to approximately one-third of the state's organic farms, was believed to be adulterating their organic fertilizer with ammonium sulfate. At about the same time, another California supplier was implicated in fraud charges, amounting to over $40 million, arising from using cheaper inorganic compounds as substitute nitrogen sources in organic fertilizer made of fish meal and bird guano.
Referring to the latest petrochemical project was launched in Orumiyeh, Bayat said: technical knowhow of producing ammonium sulfate is now indigenized and production capacity of the product will reach 50 thousand tons per year.