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NOUN   a nitrate | nitrates
VERB   to nitrate | nitrated | nitrated
nitrating | nitrates
nitraatti {noun}
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Translation for 'nitrate' from English to Finnish

nitraatti {noun}kem.
Usage Examples English
  • A nitrate vulnerable zone is a conservation designation of the Environment Agency for areas of land that drain into nitrate polluted waters, or waterways that could become polluted by nitrates due to environmental and health threats.
  • Dissimilatory nitrate reduction to ammonium (DNRA), or nitrate/nitrite ammonification, is an anaerobic respiration process.
  • With three terminal oxide groups, nitrate can in principle bind metals through many geometries.
  • Samarium(III) nitrate is a lewis acid catalyst that is used to produce a nitrate precursor solution that is used as a nanocatalyst in the solid oxide regenerative fuel cells.
  • The predominant chemical used was potassium nitrate, although sodium nitrate, and lead(II) acetate also appear to have been used.
  • The calcium nitrate mentioned before, can as said be worked up as calcium nitrate fertilizer but often it is converted into ammonium nitrate and calcium carbonate using carbon dioxide and ammonia.
  • Nitrate is an important limiting nutrient for phytoplankton and nitrate abundance can determine limits of phytoplankton biomass in the ocean.
  • Xenon fluoride nitrate, also known as fluoroxenonium nitrate, is the chemical compound with formula FXeONO2.
  • Propatylnitrate (propatyl nitrate) is a nitrate.
  • Anaerobic growth occurs on nitrate with the production of gas; nitrate is reduced to nitrite.
  • There were also private industrial lines such as the Anglo-Chilean Nitrate & Railway Company's Tocopilla nitrate railway which hauled nitrate for decades until 2015 when flood damage put it beyond economic repair.
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