- Ammonium cyanate
a white, crystalline solid, CH 4 N 2 O, soluble in alcohol, that is converted into urea when heated.
- Ammonium hydroxide
a basic compound, NH 4 OH, existing only in solution, formed by dissolving ammonia gas in water. Historical Examples It should, therefore, show the chemical characteristics of a base much more decidedly than the ammonium hydroxide solution. The Elements of Qualitative Chemical Analysis, vol. 1, parts 1 and 2. Julius Stieglitz These organic betanes are […]
- Ammonium ion
noun the ion NH4+, formed from ammonia and present in aqueous solutions of ammonia and in many salts
- Ammonium lactate
a colorless to yellow, water-soluble, syrupy liquid, C 3 H 9 NO 3 , used chiefly in electroplating.