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The Pasadena facility is located in Pasadena, Texas, along the Houston Ship Channel; it uses ammonia and sulfur as feedstocks to produce ammonium sulfate and ammonium thiosulfate fertilizers, and sulfuric acid.
According to the interstate agreements, Kyrgyzstan will purchase 200,000 tons of mineral fertilizers from Uzbekistan, such as ammonium nitrate, urea, ammonium sulfate in order to support local farmers during spring field works.
Generally the highest grain yield belonged to nicosulfuron plus ammonium sulfate (5874.
After centrifugating the broth (having LAB), the obtained lysate was subjected to purification by using ammonium sulfate precipitation method.
Domo Caproleuna GmbH, subsidiary of DOMO Chemicals, celebrates in Leuna (Saxony-Anhalt, Germany) the successful start-up of a new Ammonium Sulfate storage facility (investment of 30 million euro) with a capacity of 80.
Evaluation of the phenol ammonium sulfate sedimentation smear microscopy method for diagnosis of pulmonary tuberculosis.
The nitrogen in ammonium phosphate and ammonium sulfate can wreak terrible havoc on aquatic ecosystems, creating algae blooms that kill fish by choking out their oxygen.
In Mwea, Kenya, the populations of Anopheles arabiensis (Diptera: Culicidae) and culicine larvae were significantly higher in ponds treated with ammonium sulfate (AM) than in the control (7).