ammonium sulphate


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ammonium sulphate

n
(Elements & Compounds) a white soluble crystalline solid used mainly as a fertilizer and in water purification. Formula: (NH4)2SO4
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Purification of enzyme: The soluble portion after centrifugation of fungal growth was utilized for 20, 40, 60 and 80% ammonium sulphate precipitation.
For the purpose of the study of global ammonium sulphate market, the market has segmented into the production process and by applications.
The new equipment and sustainable technologies will enable the recovery of 100% of ammonium sulphate dust, and significantly reduce the shop's emissions: hydrogen sulphide by 31%, phenol by 71%, ammonia by 79%, and naphthalene by 23%.
Another tender requesting 2000 t of ammonium sulphate with a 5pc tolerance will also close on 22 January'.
Specific activity of keratinase increased after ammonium sulphate precipitation and dialysis, while total protein decreased, as shown in Table 1.
The optimized conditions were substrate concentration of 2.5%, yeast extract 0.2% and 0.6% of ammonium sulphate as medium components.
Ammonium sulfate precipitation: The enzyme to be purified was first precipitated from the fermentation media by using ammonium sulphate. The best saturation at which high amount of protein precipitated was 70% at 4C, after following the procedure of (Patrick et.
Ammonium sulphate, or di-ammonium sulphate, is a salty, odourless white crystalline solid.
However, before sowing, farmers should apply five bags of Super Phosphate, a bag of ammonium sulphate and a bag of Potash per acre and level the land again after ploughing it 3-4 times.
Ammonium sulphate has many beneficial effects e.g., acts as a buffering agent, improves pesticide activity in hard water, increase efficacy of herbicide and enhances herbicide activity under stress conditions (Hatzios and Penner, 1985).
Calcium sulfate (gypsum) and ammonium sulphate are major sources of sulphur.