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As a result of the cover crops planted last fall, more than 2.9 million pounds of nitrogen, 1.4 million pounds of phosphorus and 1.2 million tons of sediment were prevented from entering Indiana’s waterways, the NRCS said.
Overall, such buffers have the potential to reduce 90 percent of nitrogen in runoff and 80 percent of phosphorus.
In addition to oxygen molecules, alien astronomers would look at our atmosphere's levels of nitrogen, carbon dioxide, nitrous oxide, and methane.
Fermilab scientists will explore the chilling effects of liquid nitrogen on everyday items and demonstrate its uses in electricity and magnetism.
Lincoln County Sheriff Rene Rodriguez said Friday that Young’s death has been ruled a suicide and the cause is asphyxiation by nitrogen gas released into the home from a tank.
The former water manager, identified Friday by the Twin Falls Times-News as Tom Young, 62, was found dead at his home with a canister of unknown gas, later identified as nitrogen gas.
Apply some nitrogen fertilizer to compensate for this.
High on the list for some is a method that has never been used before: inhaling nitrogen gas.
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: a chemical that has no color or smell and that makes up a large part of the atmosphere
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