Ammonium nitrate is an important fertilizer with the NPK rating 34-0-0 (34% nitrogen).It is less concentrated than urea (46-0-0), giving ammonium nitrate a slight transportation disadvantage. Ammonium nitrate's advantage over urea is that it is more stable and does not lose nitrogen to the atmosphere. During warm weather, urea is typically to only be applied before imminent rain to minimize nitrogen loss.
•Low density ammonium nitrate is used extensively in the mining industry and is intentionally made very porous to allow for the rapid uptake of liquid fuel oil. The prill is coated with a paraffin which makes the AMMONIUM NITRATE difficult todissolve and use for other applications. Consult your Dyno Nobel representative for additional details.
•Ammonium nitrate will decompose into ammonia and nitric acid fume at 350o
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