Definition of Ammonium hydroxide

1. Noun. A water solution of ammonia.

Exact synonyms: Ammonia, Ammonia Water
Generic synonyms: Liquid
Derivative terms: Ammoniate



Definition of Ammonium hydroxide

1. Noun. (inorganic compound) The ionic base, NH4+OH-, obtained by dissolving ammonia in water. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ammonium Hydroxide

ammonites
ammonitic
ammonitiferous
ammonitoidea
ammonium
ammonium acetate
ammonium alum
ammonium benzoate
ammonium bicarbonate
ammonium bromide
ammonium carbamate
ammonium carbonate
ammonium chloride
ammonium compounds
ammonium ferric sulfate
ammonium hydroxide (current term)
ammonium ichthosulfonate
ammonium imine
ammonium imines
ammonium iodide
ammonium ion
ammonium laureth sulfate
ammonium mandelate
ammonium molybdate
ammonium nitrate
ammonium phosphatide
ammonium phosphatides
ammonium sulfate
ammonium sulphate
ammonium sulphate precipitation

Literary usage of Ammonium hydroxide

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1. Standard Methods of Chemical Analysis: A Manual of Analytical Methods and by Wilfred Welday Scott (1922)
"... iron and chromium precipitated as hydroxides by addition of ammonium hydroxide in presence of ammonium chloride. On treating the precipitate with sodium ..."

2. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1900)
"TITRATION TESTS BY MEANS OF ammonium hydroxide. A number of preliminary tests gave indications that the use of ammonium hydroxide in place of lime-water, ..."

3. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General by Thomas Spencer Baynes (1833)
"... radicle ammonium, that is to say, as a solution of ammonium hydroxide. ... to ui existence of an ammonium hydroxide ; it is more prohibit, perhaps, ..."

4. The Elements of Qualitative Chemical Analysis: With Special Consideration of by Julius Stieglitz (1911)
"Aluminium hydroxide is too weak an acid to form a stable aluminate with so weak a base as ammonium hydroxide, when the latter is used only in slight excess ..."

5. The Elements of Qualitative Chemical Analysis: With Special Consideration of by Julius Stieglitz (1911)
"Aluminium hydroxide is too weak an acid to form a stable aluminate with so weak a base as ammonium hydroxide, when the latter is used only in slight excess ..."

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