Translation of ammonia in Spanish:


amoníaco, n.

Pronunciation /əˈmoʊnjə/ /əˈməʊnɪə/


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    (gas) amoníaco masculine
    (liquid) amoníaco (líquido) masculine
    • And I'll remember to stock up on ammonia to clean the eggs off my door the next day when I do
    • Make a mixture of detergent and ammonia for cleaning the walls.
    • The fluid smelt of ammonia and the victim was taken to hospital with stinging eyes after his attacker fled.
    • Never mix chlorine solutions with other cleaning agents or ammonia, because toxic gases are formed.
    • One member was said to be carrying a washing-up liquid bottle, thought to contain ammonia, while another had a brown cricket kit type bag.
    • One of the attackers was armed with a washing-up liquid bottle which is believed to have contained ammonia.
    • Use a light solution of ammonia and water on a toothbrush or soft cloth, then rinse thoroughly with water.
    • Rub with a cloth dampened in a solution of household ammonia and water.
    • Fill the tank with a solution of one part household ammonia to 100 parts water.
    • One way of removing built up floor wax manually, is to mix detergent and ammonia with water and apply to the floor with a mop or sponge.
    • Some folks also recommend ammonia in the water bottle, but make sure you don't get confused and take a sip.
    • Add a few drops of ammonia to the rinse water for glass lamps, chimneys, and globes.
    • He isolated around twenty different airs, including hydrogen chloride, nitric oxide, and ammonia.
    • In the Solvay process, carbon dioxide and ammonia are passed into a concentrated solution of sodium chloride.
    • When ammonia is reacted with nitric acid, ammonium nitrate is produced.
    • Two other very important inorganic compounds that are synthesized commercially are ammonia and nitric acid.
    • They will be studying water, carbon monoxide, ammonia and methanol four of the most abundant gases from comets.
    • These include things such as urea, ammonia, nitric acid, and ammonium phosphate.
    • Tertiary amines are manufactured by heating an alcoholic solution of ammonia with excess alkyl halide.
    • Some nitrogen gases, especially ammonia, are alkaline when dissolved in rain.
    • Air, water, hydrocarbons, ammonia and carbondioxide are known as the Friendly Five.
    • From natural gas, the factory produced ammonia, then nitric acid, urea and ammonium nitrate.
    • Methanamide is manufactured by reacting carbon monoxide and ammonia together under pressure.
    • The ligand may be either positively or negatively charged, or may be a molecule of water or ammonia.
    • Nitric acid is produced industrially by the oxidation of ammonia over a platinum catalyst at a high temperature.
    • The plant will still emit almost three tonnes of nitrous oxide, ammonia and other toxins into the Lower Fraser Valley per day.
    • Adenine can be formed from ammonia and hydrogen cyanide, as can guanine.
    • The ester functional group can also be split by ammonia to give amides and alcohols.
    • This enzyme breaks down any urea in the stomach to ammonia and carbon dioxide
    • It does this by activating its own cytoplasmic urease, which converts urea into carbon dioxide and ammonia.
    • Urinary saturation with struvite occurs only when supranormal excretion of ammonia and alkaline urine occur together.
    • Only later could they be penalized for exceeding the emissions limits for ammonia and hydrogen sulfide.