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Ammonium carbonate is added to the filtrate; this precipitates calcium, strontium and 63 barium.

Ammonium carbonate, when above a certain amount, also prevents the commencement of nitrification.

The second: a fifteen per cent solution of ammonium carbonate in water.

It is then dissolved in a small quantity of alcohol and water, refiltered, and the filtrate decomposed with ammonium carbonate.

The fat was emulsified by the ammonium carbonate present, and could thus be easily removed.

What can you say of the use of ammonia and ammonium carbonate for softening waters?

The brown color is due to the impurities, ammonium carbonate being one of these.

The liquor is poured off into a warm strong solution of ammonium carbonate.

In 1900 Crookes precipitated a solution of an active uranium salt with ammonium carbonate.

A Brief Account of Radio-activityFrancis Preston Venable

The pulsation was also restored by chemical stimulants, such as dilute ether, and solution of ammonium carbonate.

Life Movements in PlantsSir Jagadis Chunder Bose

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