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Fifth letter in a Nasdaq stock symbol specifying that the issue is the company's third class of preferred shares.

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It is also added to drinks to create a smoky effect, occuring as tiny droplets of the liquid nitrogen, which come into contact with the surrounding air, condensing the vapour that is naturally present.
Some studies [10, 22-24] investigated the curve-resolved method of XPS N 1s spectra and reported the forms of organic nitrogen in coals and oil shale kerogens.
From dormant seed banks, you get blankets of big leafy herbaceous annuals that are really important ammonium nitrogen sponges.
Aerobic granular sludge technology is regarded as a promising wastewater treatment process for ammonia nitrogen removal [1].
Individual nitrogen reports provide farmers with their nitrogen leaching risk and nitrogen conversion efficiency results, allowing them to compare their performance against other farms in their region.
Rentech Nitrogen filed the registration statement to prepare for a potential spin-out of the Pasadena facility in the event it is unable to close on a sale of the facility on acceptable terms in a timely manner.
Other claimed benefits of nitrogen include less wheel corrosion on tubeless rims and less degradation of tires on the inside due to decreased oxidation.
Rice yield increased considerably between ranges of 90-250 Kg ha-1 nitrogen application (Meena et al.
Oxygen, carbon dioxide and other molecules are captured while nitrogen is drawn into a receiving tank.
And in my opinion, it's a total waste of money to put nitrogen in your tires.
Their assessment revealed a consistent picture of increasing nitrate concentrations, the magnitude and pattern of which can only be explained by the observed increase in atmospheric nitrogen deposition.