Definition of ammoniated in English:

ammoniated

Syllabification: am·mo·ni·at·ed
Pronunciation: /əˈmōnēˌādəd
 
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adjective

Combined or treated with ammonia.
More example sentences
  • Several formulations are available, and all are based on fertilizers such as urea, ammonium nitrate, ammoniated phosphates, potassium sulfate, potassium nitrate.
  • Unknown to most homeowners, linoleum is easily affected or damaged by hot water and strong alkaline cleaners, especially ammoniated ones in addition to the obvious factors like solvents and oils.
  • Although these ammoniated latex proteins have different molecular weights than those of nonammoniated latex, the epitopes remain the same.

Derivatives

ammoniation

Pronunciation: /əˌmōnēˈāSHən/
noun
More example sentences
  • Effect of ammoniation on the composition, retention and conservation of sugar cane bagasse and tops.
  • Because wheat straw is expensive relative to its feeding value, ammoniation of straw is usually not economical.
  • If you're short of forage and wheat straw is available, give ammoniation a try.

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