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Synonyms for iron

Synonyms for iron

Synonyms for iron

implement used to brand live stock

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home appliance consisting of a flat metal base that is heated and used to smooth cloth

press and smooth with a heated iron

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extremely robust

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That is to say sampling at time zero followed addition of iron and sampling at 24 h, was also done after iron fortification, using each iron compound (Figure 1).
One popular liquid cleaner contains an active ingredient called THPS Tetrakis (hydroxymethyl) phosphonium sulfate and can be formulated with an ammonium ion or organic phosphonate to speed up the dissolution of iron compounds.
To establish a food fortification program, several important factors should be considered, including the choice of food vehicle and iron compound, the fortification level and ways to enhance iron bioavailability from the fortified food," says Ram Chaudhari, Ph.
If the groundwater you're pumping has iron compounds in it, they can be often removed with one of several chemical applications.
Side-effects of oral iron therapy: a double-blind study of different iron compounds in tablet form.
a medium-size job shop in Waukesha, Wisconsin, produces manganese steel and white and Ni-hard iron compounds for heat treating, asphalt paving, coal handling and concrete pipe manufacturing equipment.
0 for iron compounds are the most frequently cited ranges for enhanced coagulation in the literature).
The foundation acts as sole or joint sponsor of these projects, which include cleaning up water polluted by iron compounds from abandoned coal mines and controlling blue-green algae using C|O.
I take multi-vitamins, multi-mineral supplements, iron compounds and other supplements every day," he says.
The development of diabetes mellitus in patients with hemochromosis (a disorder of iron metabolism) and in patients with thalasemic major (an inherited anemia blood disorder) are clear indications of the proxidant effects of stored iron compounds.
The only peptizing agents now important industrially are pentachlorothiophenol and its derivatives, dibenzamidodiphenyl disulphide and complex iron compounds.