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" Ammonia is formed by the union of the hydrogen of the water with the nitrogen of the atmosphere ; and nitre, by the union of oxygen and nitrogen ; the oxygen may also unite with the carbon contained in the soil, and form carbonic acid gas, and carburetted... "
The Planter's Guide; Or, a Practical Essay on the Best Method of Giving ... - Página 182
por Sir Henry Steuart - 1828 - 527 páginas
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Primer of Irrigation

D. H. Anderson - 1903 - 257 páginas
...in the soil and this air so confined, is decomposed by the moisture retained in the earthy matters. Ammonia is formed by the union of the hydrogen of...atmosphere, and nitre by the union of oxygen and nitrogen. So also, the oxygen of the air may unite with the carbon contained in the soil and from carbonic acid...
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Chapters on Papermaking ..., Volumen1

Clayton Beadle - 1907
...really more complicated than this, for a small quantity of ammonia is formed, due to the combination of the hydrogen of the water with the nitrogen of the atmosphere. "We often notice that a bright surface of iron is some time before it begins to rust, but that when...
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