Ammonium Sulphate is a kind of nitrogen fertilizer which can provide N for NPK and mostly used for agriculture. Besides providing the element of nitrogen, it can also provide the element of sulphur for crops, pastures and other plants. Because of its fast release and quick acting, ammonium sulfate is much better than other nitrogen furtillizers such as urea, ammonium bicarbonate, ammonium chloride and ammonium nitrate.
Mainly used for making compound fertilizer, potassium sulfate, ammonium chloride, ammonium persulfate, etc, can also be used for rare earths mining.
Property: White or off-white granule, easily soluble in water. Aqueous solution appears acid. Insoluble in alcohol, acetone and ammonia, Easily deliquescent in the air.
In the field of light and Chemical Industries: Purification of water, paper making and glue spreading, painting, printing and dyeing, color lake and pigment, medicine producing, varinish and leather producing, fiber board processing fixation and membrane solidified for film, and applied in rubber, metallurgical and colored glass etc. Industries.
In the field of food stuff industry: Fermentation of foodstuff, vermicelli or noodles processing, salted aquatic, foodstuff antisepsis and additives etc.
In the field of Agricultural Applications: Seed stenlization and soak, to cure the sickness for drought animails, root solidation, germination, stem strengthen fruit plumpness and potash fertilizer spreading for some soil.
Ammonium sulfate ([NH4]2SO4) - Cold Spring Harbor Protocols
Ammonium sulfate ([NH4]2SO4). To prepare a 1 M solution, dissolve 1.3 g of solid (NH4)2SO4 in a final volume of 10 mL of H2O. Filter-sterilize the solution and
Ammonium Sulfate Solution (A5479) - Bulletin - Sigma-Aldrich
Ammonium sulfate acts by pulling water molecules away from the non-polar units of proteins. The decrease in available water molecules increases the
Ammonium Sulfate - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics
Ammonium sulfate ((NH4)2SO4) is an inorganic salt with a number of commercial uses. The most common use is as a soil fertilizer since the chemical contains
Ammonium Sulphate - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics
Ammonium sulfate is a latent catalyst which may become active at approximately 110–150°C. Suitable organic salts are the urea salt of toluenesulfonic acid, the
Ammonium Sulfate Calculator from EnCor Biotechnology Inc
Ammonium Sulfate Calculator: Ammonium Sulfate Precipitation is a simple and effective means of fractionating proteins. It is based on the fact that at high salt
Ammonium sulfate - Wikipedia
Ammonium sulfate decomposes upon heating above 250 °C, first forming ammonium bisulfate. Heating at higher temperatures results in decomposition into ammonia, nitrogen, sulfur dioxide, and water. As a salt of a strong acid (H2SO4) and weak base (NH3), its solution is acidic; pH of 0.1 M solution is 5.5
Ammonium sulfate | (NH4)2SO4 - PubChem
Ammonium sulfate is an inorganic sulfate salt obtained by reaction of sulfuric acid with two equivalents of ammonia. A high-melting (decomposes above 280℃)
Ammonium Sulfate | Mosaic Crop Nutrition
Ammonium sulfate [(NH4)2 SO4] was one of the first and most widely used nitrogen (N) fertilizers for crop production. It's now less common but especially
Table 1. Saturated solutions of ammonium sulfate in water at
Temperature (°C), Grams (NH4)2SO4 required to saturate 1000 g of H2Oa,b, Grams (NH4)2SO4 added per liter of saturated solutionc, Moles (NH4)2SO4 in