barium oxide


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Synonyms for barium oxide

an oxide of barium

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This was most obvious for barium oxide in moraine and mercury in brook water plants.
We also noted in the multivariate analysis that the IRR for diabetes increased in areas with levels of barium oxide <10th percentile, both at diagnosis and at the time of birth.
Low pH values were related both to a higher concentration of barium oxide and to a higher concentration of mercury (Figure 1).
Park Jong, Sun Cho Young, Sup Han Sang and Haeng Cho Soon, Bok Yi Kwang, Adsorption and desorption characteristics of barium oxide at high temperature, j.
X-ray diffraction and electron-graphic studies of the emission film showed that in addition to ordered solid solution of barium oxide in compound of zirconium with oxygen in the emission film barium metazirconate was unambiguously detected [4].
Barium oxide, in its turn, disintegrates into Ba and O.
How much do the imports of natural barium sulfate (barytes) and natural barium carbonate (witherite) excluding purified barium oxide vary from one country to another?
In what follows, Chapter 2 begins by summarizing the regional markets for imported and exported natural barium sulfate (barytes) and natural barium carbonate (witherite) excluding purified barium oxide.
Despite so high level of emission properties, barium oxide is not, unfortunately, preserved at the temperatures of the non-consumable cathode of electric arc.
At this temperature barium oxide uncontrollably quickly transits in free state into gaseous phase without exerting any influence on operation of the electric arc.
In what follows, this report begins by summarizing the world market for natural barium sulfate (barytes) and natural barium carbonate (witherite) excluding purified barium oxide exports.
With this salt now simulated, he plans to model the conversion of magnesium, calcium, and barium oxides, and perhaps gallium arsenide, to glassy states.