Ammonium citrate formula is: C6H14N2O7.
how can i prepare ferric ammonium citrate redish crystals
ferric hydroxide + citric acid ---> product A (ferric citrate)Product A + ammonia solution --> ammonium ferric citratecheck out for stoichiometric equation
Yes H2C2O4 + 2NH3 --> (NH4)2C2O4
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ammonium hyrdroxide doesn't exist!! In fact, it turns only into NH3 and H2O
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A mixture of ammonium acetate and citrate is obtained.
Simmons citrate agar is a differential agar used to determine if a sample bacteria can utilize citrate as its only carbon source. The agar is initially a green color due to the bromo thymol blue pH indicator in it. If a bacteria uses the citrate, the by-products are ammonia and ammonium hydroxide both of which will alkalize the agar and increase the pH to the point of changing the indicator's color to blue, so the whole agar turns from green to blue.
I suppose that ammonium hypochlorite hasn't uses.
Because it cannot utilize citrate as the sole carbon source and/or they cannot utilize ammonium ions as the sole nitrogen source.
Ammonium ferric citrate is a food additive with E number E381 used as an acidity regulator. It is a green or reddish-brown powder which is very soluble in water.
If you think to the cation ammonium (NH4)+ this ion hasn't applications per se.
For example ammonium salts (nitrate, sulfates) are used as fertilizers in agriculture.
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Yes, albeit a very minuscule amount (less than 0.002%), in the form of ammonium ferric citrate.
it is cation and it uses as bismuth citrate in drugs
Citrate Permease is an enzyme that is responsible for transporting citrate inside the cell. Some bacteria have this enzyme while others do not. You can test for the presence of citrate permease by performing a Simmon's Citrate biochemical test.
It is used to prevent platelet clumping in blood samples. (Monosodium Citrate) Antioxidant and it alleviates discomfort suffering from Urinary tract Infection. (Disodium Citrate) The most uses out of them all however is Trisodium citrate. Which is an anticoagulant in blood transfusions, that is still used. Its an osmotic laxitive too. Also in small quantities it can help physical performances.
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83% of ammonia is used as fertilizer on farms.
Background:Simmons' Citrate Agar is a defined, selective medium that tests for an organism's ability to use citrate as a sole carbon source and ammonium ions as the sole nitrogen source.The medium contains citrate, ammonium ions, and other inorganic ions needed for growth.It also contains bromothymol blue, a pH indicator. Bromothymol blue is green at pH below 6.9, and then turns blue at a pH of 7.6 or greater.SO:Sometimes, it is possible to detect growth on the citrate slant without the accompanying color change to blue. This is most likely due to insufficient incubation. Either a combination of blue color and growth or growth alone without the blue color should be scored as a positive for the citrate use test.
I know that quaternary ammonium salts can be used as fabric softeners. There are many more uses but for a level chemistry just the one use should be enough so long as it is fairly common.
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