nitrogen

an inert gas used for jetting wells.

Nitrogen

Simple nonmetallic element that constitutes approximately 80% of the air. Symbol N.

nitrogen

(Living things in their environment) a colourless and odorless gas that makes up around 79% of the atmosphere. Nitrogenous waste leaves the body in the form of urea in urine.

nitrogen

[n] - a common nonmetallic element that is normally a colorless odorless tasteless inert diatomic gas
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Nitrogen

Generic term used by farmers for fertilisers supplying nitrogen to plants (e.g. ammoniun nitrate)
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Nitrogen

A gaseous colourless and odourless element that makes up about 80% of the atmosphere. Symbol NDiscovered1772 by Daniel Rutherford.
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Nitrogen

A gaseous element which makes up approximately 80% of the earths atmosphere. Nitrogen is relatively inert and does not support either combustion or life. Nitrogen is usually found in the molecular N2 form
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nitrogen

N noun a common nonmetallic element that is normally a colorless odorless tasteless inert diatomic gas; constitutes 78 percent of the atmosphere by volume; a constituent of all living tissues
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Nitrogen

A gaseous element that occurs freely in nature and constitutes about 78% of earth
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Nitrogen

A gaseous element that occurs freely in nature and constitutes about 78% of earth
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Nitrogen

A gaseous chemical element.
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