Ammonium Nitrate: The active chemical in cold packs.
Nitrate: 1. The NO3- ion, formed by reaction of nitric acid with a base. 2. A compound containing the NO3- ion, for example ammonium nitrate, NH4NO3.
Nitrate Base: Was an early flexible film support which was highly inflammable.
Silver Nitrate: Chemical combination of silver and nitric acid. It is used in intensifiers, physical developers and photographic emulsions manufacture.
Ammonium Chloride: Chemical used in toners and bleachers.
Uranium Nitrate: Chemical used in toners and developers.
Ammonium Thiosulfate: Highly active fixing agent used in rapid fixing solutions which works by converting unused silver halides to soluble complexes.
Ammonium Sulfide: Pungent but essential chemical in sulfide or sepia toning.
Ammonium Perchlorate: Ammonium Perchlorate is used as an oxidizer in many composite rocket fuels. It is also the oxidizer which is used in the Space Shuttle's solid rocket boosters (SRB's). 68% of the of the spa . . . View Full Definition
Ammonium Ion: (NH4+) ammonium NH4+ is a cation formed by neutralization of ammonia, which acts as a weak base.