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Definition of Nitrate

Definition of Nitrate

Nitrate, a form of Nitrogen, is an organic compound and nutrient needed for plant growth. It is found naturally in the environment, but is also produced for use as fertilizer and found in wastewater. Overabundance of nitrate can result in negative ecological effects. Drinking water with more than 10mg/L of nitrate can be harmful for humans.

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