2 edition of federal government and the fixed nitrogen industry, 1915-1926 found in the catalog.
federal government and the fixed nitrogen industry, 1915-1926
Margaret Jackson Clarke
Written in English
|Statement||by Margaret Jackson Clarke.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||227 leaves, bound :|
|Number of Pages||227|
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Graduate Thesis Or Dissertation The federal government and the fixed nitrogen industry, Public Deposited. Analytics as had been intended, the fixed nitrogen activities of the government proved to have their greatest effect in the improvement of the American nitrogen fixation industry, and the economic growth of the : Margaret Jackson Clarke.
Title: The Federal Government and the Fixed Nitrogen Industry, During the First World War, the need to secure a domestic supply of nitrate compounds necessary to the manufacture of explosives caused the federal government to undertake an extensive program of 1915-1926 book and development of industrial nitrogen fixation processes.
These. The federal government and the fixed nitrogen industry, that research\ud was of major importance to the American fixed nitrogen industry.
Due\ud to the wartime research done on its process, the General Chemical\ud Company was able to become the largest producer of ammonia in the\ud United States within a few years. as had been. The federal government and the fixed nitrogen industry, Clarke MJ () The federal government and the fixed nitrogen industry, – Ph.D.
dissertation, Oregon State University Google ScholarAuthor: Anthony S. Travis. THE NITROGEN INDUSTRY.* BY HERMAN EDWARD FISCHER, M.S. Lieutenant Commander, U.
Navy. NITROGEN, itself, is an inert gas of no particular use, but nitrogenous compounds are necessary to agriculture, to refrigera- tion, to nmnltions manufacture, and to the application of chem- istry in : Herman Edward Fischer. Clarke MJ () The federal government and the fixed nitrogen industry – PhD dissertation, Oregon State University, ppGoogle Scholar.
PRESSURE MEASUREMENTS OF CORROSIVE GASES. THE VAPOR PRESSURE OF NITROGEN PENTOXIDE.1 The federal government and the fixed nitrogen industry, [microform] / Nitrogen donors. ELSEVIER Environmental PollutionSl () ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION The nitrogen reduction programme in the Federal Republic of Germany Franziska Eichler, Dietrich Schulz* Federal Environmental Agency, Bismarckplatz 1, D Berlin, Gennany Received 27 March ; accepted 9 September Abstract Due to a number of environmental problems caused by nitrogen Cited by: Regulations (Standards - 29 CFR) By Standard Number.
Recordkeeping (Part ) General Industry (Part ) Maritime (Part& ) Construction (Part ) Agriculture (Part ) State Plans (Part ). Travis describes the tremendous global impact of fixed nitrogen (as calcium cyanamide and ammonia), including the perceived strategic need for nitrogen (mainly for munitions), and, increasingly, its role in increasing crop yields, including in Italy under Mussolini, and in the Soviet Union under Stalin.
Although congressional battles prevented the plants from benefiting from the Laboratory's research during its existence, that research was of major importance to the American fixed nitrogen : Anthony Travis.
Growth of Industrial America and the New South. And just as Western development depended on the railroads built with federal support, the growth of industry was only made possible by the loosening of laws regarding incorporation, federal support of railroads and canals, government contracts, and the use of federal and state troops to.
Travis P. Hignett Collection of Fixed Nitrogen Research Laboratory Images, ss (bulk ) References: Clarke, Margaret Jackson. The Federal Government and the Fixed Nitrogen Industry, PhD dissertation, Oregon State federal government and the fixed nitrogen industry.
4 Sections 2 and 3 provide an overview of the nitrogen cycle and balances as well as the differences between different conceptual approaches (gross balances versus farm-gate balances).
Section 4 describes the methodology to be used to calculate inputs and outputs of nitrogen in agriculture. Section 5 looks at the methods to calculate nitrogen balances at the. Nitrogen emissions along the colorado front range: response to population growth, land and water use change, and agriculture.
American Geophysical Union. Interpretive Summary: Biologically available nitrogen (fixed N) has a strong influence on species composition and growth rates in aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems. Application of N based. Asset - Tangible or intangible items owned by the federal government which would have probable economic benefits that can be obtained or controlled by a federal government entity.
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From the Back Cover. This monograph provides an account of how the synthetic nitrogen industry became the forerunner of the 20th-century chemical industry in Europe, the United States and Asia. Based on an earlier SpringerBrief by the same author, which focused on the period of World War I, it expands considerably on the international aspects Format: Hardcover.
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Government, United States. Okay, key point: the form of Nitrogen that we're talking about generating here is not the gaseous sort. It's "fixed" nitrogen which I believe is mostly in the form of ammonia.
Urea, commonly found in various animal feces, is also a convenient source widely used by the agricultural industry.2/5(). Diazotroph Diazotrophs are bacteria and archaea that fix atmospheric nitrogen gas into a more usable form such as ammonia.
A diazotroph is a microorganism that is able to grow without external sources of fixed nitrogen. Examples of organisms that do this are rhizobia and Frankia (in symbiosis) and diazotrophs contain iron-molybdenum or -vanadium.
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EPA. The Clean Air Act in initiated regulation of pollution befouling the air. The government regulations on the total maximum daily load (tmdl) of synthetic nitrogen, or phosphorous fertilizer coming off of farms were established under the Clean Water Act. But those. Liberty Design Secures GSA Award, to Supply Federal Agencies agencies with the latest PSA Oxygen and Nitrogen Generators of Industrial Gas Generating Systems at fixed government.
The federal government this year for the first time appropriated funds for research and technical assistance in air pollution. Private foundations have engaged in intensive research along many related lines and have come up with some unexpected findings. Government agencies and industry, alike, can profit from issues brought to focus by an.
Supreme Court just ruined sports betting This is a terrible day The federal ban being lifted will ruin will be no more integrity. games are fixed now but not to. National concern about nitrate contamination of groundwater is raisin g many questions about the use of nitrogen fertilizer to grow high-quality crops.
Some extremists are suggesting that commercial inorganic nitrogen fertilization should not be permitted.
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Mexico City is one of the most important cultural and financial Country: Mexico.Suggested Citation:"Conclusions and Recommendations."National Research Council. World Food and Nutrition Study: Enhancement of Food Production for the United States: a Report of the Board on Agriculture and Renewable Resources, Commission on Natural Resources, National Research Council, Prepared for the NRC Study on World Food and.Fixing nitrogen allowed the food chain to turn from the logic of biology and embrace the logic of industry.
Instead of eating exclusively from the sun, humanity now began to sip petroleum. 13 The environmental impact of introducing large amounts of nitrogen .