verb (used with object), am·mo·ni·at·ed, am·mo·ni·at·ing.
to treat or cause to unite with ammonia.
Also ammonate. a compound formed by adding ammonia in stoichiometric proportions to another compound, as CaCl2⋅8NH3 or CuSO4⋅4NH3.
Related formsam·mo·ni·a·tion, nounun·am·mo·ni·at·ed, adjective
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And if he wants the ammoniated quinine, give it him if he can't get it for himself.
White Precipitate (ammoniated mercury), as a poison, is weak.
For the novel of sensation she recommended champagne with a dash of ammoniated quinine.
Take two kilowatts of ammoniated quinine and beat up with one very large egg—a swan's for choice.
It may then be iodized with the ammonio-nitrate, the ammoniated solution passing more readily over greased surfaces.
British Dictionary definitions for ammoniated
Derived Formsammoniation, noun
to unite or treat with ammonia
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Containing or combining with ammonia.
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