Definition of Ammono

1. containing ammonia [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ammono

ammonium ion
ammonium laureth sulfate
ammonium mandelate
ammonium molybdate
ammonium nitrate
ammonium phosphatide
ammonium phosphatides
ammonium sulfate
ammonium sulphate
ammonium sulphate precipitation
ammonium ylide
ammoniums
ammoniumyl
ammoniumyls
ammoniuria
ammono (current term)
ammonoid
ammonoids
ammonolysis
ammonotelia
ammonotelic
ammonotelism
ammons
ammonylyses
ammos
ammotherapy
ammoxidation
ammoxidations
ammunition
ammunition chest

Literary usage of Ammono

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1. Recent Advances in Physical and Inorganic Chemistry by Alfred Walter Stewart (1909)
"THE REACTIONS OF ammono-SALTS, ... AND ammono-ACIDS IN LIQUID ... we shall obtain an ammono-salt, sodium acetamide, in accordance with the following ..."

2. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1915)
"Solutions of approximately equivalent quantities of the acid ammono ester and potassium amide, when brought together, gave a solution from which a crop of ..."

3. The Properties of Electrically Conducting Systems: Including Electrolytes by Charles August Kraus (1922)
"... react not only with aquo-acids but also with ammono-acids.47 Tims, ... to form an acid ammono-salt and ammonia, according to the equation: ..."

4. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1906)
"2NH3, and not mercuri-diammonium chloride, IIg(NH3)2Cl2, the infusible white precipitate is ammono-basic mercuric chloride, NH,HgCl, a compound related to ..."

5. General Chemistry for Colleges by Alexander Smith (1921)
"When liquid ammonia is the solvent, ammono-basic salts are produced. In a few cases, as here, an ammono-basic salt is obtained even when water is present. ..."

6. Theories of Organic Chemistry by Ferdinand August Karl Henrich (1922)
"... bases and salts, the derivaties of which have been termed " ammono," in contradistinction to the " aquo " or ordinary oxygen acids or bases. ..."

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