Definition of Azoted

1. a. Nitrogenized; nitrogenous.



Definition of Azoted

1. Adjective. (obsolete) nitrogenized ¹

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Definition of Azoted

1. azote [adj] - See also: azote

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Azoted

azopolymers
azoproite
azoprotein
azoreductase
azoreductases
azores
azorubine
azosemide
azospirillum
azospirillum brasilense
azosulfamide
azotaemia
azotaemias
azotaemic
azote
azoted (current term)
azotemia
azotemias
azotemic
azotemic retinitis
azotes
azoth
azothermia
azoths
azotic
azotise
azotised
azotises
azotising
azotite

Literary usage of Azoted

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1. The Journal of the Royal Institution of Great Britain by Royal Institution of Great Britain (1831)
"COLOURATION OF azoted BODIES BY NITRATES OP MERCURY. ... starch by the rose tint then acquired: but still all organic azoted substances were not coloured. ..."

2. Journal of the Philadelphia College of Pharmacy by Philadelphia College of Pharmacy (1833)
"From this list it is evident, 1st, that the red colour is not produced with all azoted substances; 2d, that those with which it is not produced, ..."

3. The Year-book of Facts in Science and Art by John Timbs (1848)
"... first, 12 per eent. of water in the flour, 13 of azoted ... 9'75 per eent. of azoted matter; bread made of two-thirds flour and one-third beet-root, ..."

4. The Chemist: A Monthly Journal of Chemical and Physical Science (1846)
"... azoted matters may be used in place thereof, or combined therewith ; the object ... -azoted principles to that already possessed by the grain or seed, ..."

5. Human Physiology by Robley Dunglison (1841)
"Tiedemann and Gmelin affirm, that it yields to the chyme the richly azoted principles, which enter into its composition; and, consequently, ..."

6. Newton's London Journal of Arts and Sciences: Being Record of the Progress edited by William Newton, Charles Frederick Partington (1846)
"... -azoted matters may be used in place thereof, or combined therewith; ... -azoted principles to that already possessed by the grain or seed, ..."

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