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Industrial organic nitrogen compounds.

Melvin J. Astle

Industrial organic nitrogen compounds.

by Melvin J. Astle

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Published by Reinhold Pub. Corp. in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Organonitrogen compounds,
  • Chemistry, Technical

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliography.

    SeriesAmerican Chemical Society. Monograph series,, no. 150, Monograph series (American Chemical Society) ;, no. 150.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTP248.N8 A75
    The Physical Object
    Pagination392 p.
    Number of Pages392
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5822193M
    LC Control Number61008613

    Natural organic compounds are extremely important for the fight against the most dangerous diseases (radiation sickness, cancer, HIV, diabetes, tuberculosis, hypertension, etc.). This Special issue of Molecules welcomes leading scientists to submit original research papers and reviews in the field of natural organic compounds isolation In book: Survey of Industrial Chemistry, pp chemical sulfuric acid and its derivatives and have also studied industrial gases from which ammonia is made. nitrogenous compounds

      This book discusses the importance of nitrogen compounds in the soil. Organized into 18 chapters, this book begins with an overview of the history of nitrogen and its compounds and the first synthetic process involving nitrogen compounds. This text then examines the preparation of synthesis gas for the production of ://   Design of Thermal Oxidation Systems for Volatile Organic Compounds provides all the information needed for developing a thermal oxidation design in a single reference. It covers design, operation, and maintenance as well as the principles behind the

    Abstract. The atmosphere is a vast storehouse of nitrogen—it consists of 78 % by volume of this gas. Atmospheric nitrogen is converted by electrical activity to nitrate (NO 3 −) that reaches the earth’s surface in heric nitrogen also can be fixed as organic nitrogen by bacteria and blue-green algae, and it can be reduced to ammonia (NH 3) by industrial nitrogen ://   The chemical composition of IA and IA industrial oils produced by various companies is studied by chromatomass spectrometry. These oils are found to have more than 20 nitrogen-bearing organic compounds, including ones that are hazardous to human health. It is shown that the composition of organic nitro-compounds of various batches of oils differs ://


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Industrial organic nitrogen compounds by Melvin J. Astle Download PDF EPUB FB2

The characteristic functional groups formed by nitrogen are typically active and therefore display a wide range of biological, environmental and industrial functions. One of the largest classes of organic nitrogen containing molecules is the amines. They are compounds which can be thought of as derivatives of ammonia, NH 3.

Amines are typically Additional Physical Format: Online version: Astle, Melvin J. (Melvin Jensen), Industrial organic nitrogen compounds. New York, Reinhold Pub. Corp. [] There is a tremendous variety of organic compounds which can be derived from carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen which is evident from the numerous previous sections discussing these compounds.

If we include nitrogen as a possible constituent of these molecular structures, many more possibilities arise. Most of the nitrogen-containing compounds are This work summarizes information about organic nitrogen (N) in the agricultural system. The organic N forms in soils have been studied by identifying and quantifying the released organic compounds when soils are acid treated at high temperature, in which the following organic N fractions are obtained: hydrolyzable total N, subdivided into hydrolyzable NH4+-N, amino sugars-N, amino acids-N, and Particulate organic nitrogen is composed of organic debris and soil matter.

Again, there is probably limited atmospheric chemistry of this material. Conversely, soluble reduced organic nitrogen compounds (e.g., urea, free amino acids, and other methylated amines) are quite reactive in the ://   This chapter deals with classes of organic nitrogen compounds not treated elsewhere in this book.

Consideration is given first to structures in which nitrogen is linked to carbon, then to those having nitrogen attached to oxygen or sulfur. Finally, compounds containing chains of two or more nitrogen atoms are discussed.

Recommended Nomenclature Practice The inorganic names cyanic acid for In recent years, considerable advances in organonitrogen chemistry--including the development of many important new reagents and synthetic methods--have underscored the need for a comprehensive, definitive account of the organic chemistry of aliphatic nitrogen compounds.

This new book fills that need and will serve as an invaluable reference  › Books › Science & Math › Chemistry. The Chemistry of Nitrogen provides information pertinent to the fundamental aspects of nitrogen and its compounds.

This book discusses the importance of nitrogen compounds in the soil. Organized into 18 chapters, this book begins with an overview of the history of nitrogen and its compounds and the first synthetic process involving nitrogen Patty's Toxicology presents a premier reference for toxicological information on a large number of industrial chemicals that pose potential health hazards.

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Shon, S. Vigneswaran, J. Kandasamy and J. Cho ©Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS) composition must be monitored to ensure public health. Concentrations of nutrients, such as nitrogen and phosphorus, should be reduced to   The final chapter deals with the autoxidations of sulfur, phosphorus, and nitrogen compounds.

This book is intended for chemists involved in organic synthesis, catalysis, and organometallic chemistry, both in academic institutions and in industrial ://. This is a very convenient method but its use is method is suitable for estimating nitrogen in those organic compounds in which nitrogen is linked to carbon and ://Industrial inorganic chemistry includes subdivisions of the chemical industry that manufacture inorganic products on a large scale such as the heavy inorganics (chlor-alkalis, sulfuric acid, sulfates) and fertilizers (potassium, nitrogen, and phosphorus products) as well as segments of fine chemicals that are used to produce high purity inorganics on a much smaller Survey of Nitrogen Compounds and their Uses.

Nitrogen compounds play an important role in many aspects of life and commercial processes, from the industrial production of fertilizers to the building blocks of life. The nitrogen-nitrogen triple bond in N 2 contains kcal/mol of energy, making it one of the strongest bonds known.

When nitrogen