Definition of Azotised

1. Verb. (past of azotise) ¹



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Definition of Azotised

1. azotise [v] - See also: azotise

Lexicographical Neighbors of Azotised

azotaemia
azotaemias
azotaemic
azote
azoted
azotemia
azotemias
azotemic
azotemic retinitis
azotes
azoth
azothermia
azoths
azotic
azotise
azotised (current term)
azotises
azotising
azotite
azotites
azotize
azotized
azotizes
azotizing
azotobacter
azotobacter vinelandii
azotobacteraceae
azotobacters
azotometer
azotometers

Literary usage of Azotised

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Chemistry by George Wilson (1860)
"The former are termed the azotised or nitrogenous, and the latter the non-azotised or non-nitrogenous, ingredients of food. ..."

2. Organic Chemistry in Its Applications to Agriculture and Physiology by Justus Liebig, Lyon Playfair Playfair (1840)
"... we find every fibre and every particle of wood surrounded by a juice containing an azotised matter ; while the starch granules and sugar are enclosed in ..."

3. A Handbook of Organic Chemistry: For the Use of Students by William Gregory (1856)
"This is a class of neutral or indifferent non-azotised bodies, which are never poisonous, hardly even possessed of medicinal ..."

4. Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal (1835)
"Drs Tiedeman and Gmelin think that, as it contains a large quantity of highly azotised principles, it assists in ..."

5. General Notions of Chemistry by Théophile Jules Pelouze, Edmond Fremy (1854)
"EMPLOYMENT OF azotised SALTS. After having shown that manures have the property of carrying azote into the soil, an element indispensable to the growth of ..."

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