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  • Ammonium nitrate — Ammonium nitrate …   Wikipedia

  • Ammonium nitrate disasters — Ammonium nitrate decomposes into gases including oxygen when heated (non explosive reaction); however, ammonium nitrate can be induced to decompose explosively by detonation. Large stockpiles of the material can be a major fire risk due to their… …   Wikipedia

  • ammonium nitrate — n a colorless crystalline salt NH4NO3 used in explosives and fertilizers and in veterinary medicine as an expectorant and urinary acidifier * * * NH4NO3; a chemical used in fertilizers, in matches, and in the manufacture of nitrous oxide gas and… …   Medical dictionary

  • ammonium nitrate — n. a colorless, crystalline salt, NH4NO3, used in some explosives, as a fertilizer, and in rocket fuel …   English World dictionary

  • ammonium nitrate — Chem. a white, crystalline, water soluble powder, NH4NO3, usually produced by reacting nitric acid with vaporous ammonia: used chiefly in explosives, fertilizers, freezing mixtures, and in the manufacture of nitrous oxide. [1880 85] * * * ▪… …   Universalium

  • ammonium nitrate — noun The ammonium salt of nitric acid, NHNO; it is used in fertilizers and explosives (notably in improvised explosive devices) …   Wiktionary

  • ammonium nitrate — /əˌmoʊniəm ˈnaɪtreɪt/ (say uh.mohneeuhm nuytrayt) noun a white, soluble solid salt, the nitrate of ammonia, NH4NO3, used in explosives, and fertilisers …   Australian English dictionary

  • ammonium nitrate — noun Date: 1869 a colorless crystalline salt NH4NO3 used in explosives and fertilizers and in veterinary medicine …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • ammonium nitrate — n. white crystalline solid (used in fertilizers and in herbicides, insecticides, freezing mixtures, explosives and solid rocket propellants) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • ammonium nitrate — ammo′nium ni′trate n. chem. a white, crystalline, water soluble powder, NH4NO3, used chiefly in explosives, fertilizers, freezing mixtures, and in the manufacture of nitrous oxide • Etymology: 1880–85 …   From formal English to slang

  • Methyl ammonium nitrate — According to Urbanski in, The Chemistry and Technology of Explosives, vol 2, Methyl ammonium nitrate was first used as an explosive ingredient by the Germans during World War Two. Urbanski, not following standard naming conventions used by… …   Wikipedia

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