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any of the bivalent metals of group II of the periodic table (calcium or strontium or barium or magnesium or beryllium)

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The commonly used catalysts in the pyrolysis of oil shale mainly include alkali, alkaline earth metals and transition metal species as well as their compounds [14].
Thus, one can conclude that the presence of the alkaline Earth metal does not affect the structure of DeAlBeta zeolite.
According to Li and Jin, the negative charged boron atoms and the positive charged alkaline earth metal atoms form complexes of [M.sup.2+] metal cation and [B.sup.2-.sub.6] dianion due to electrostatic attraction.
It has been investigated that amorphous Aluminosilicate can adsorb heavy metal ions 1000 to 10, 000 times more than alkaline and alkaline earth metal ions.
Current routes for generating these alkaline earth metal oxide nanocrystals require processing at high temperatures, which causes uncontrolled growth or fusing of particles to one another-not a desirable outcome when the properties you seek are size-dependent.
Which alkaline earth metal has the chemical symbol Sr?
Which highly reactive alkaline earth metal has the chemical symbol Sr?
They also address dynamical heterogeneities in simulated liquid germanium oxide, microwave-assisted synthesis of layered double hydroxides, and nanotechnology applications of alkaline earth metal phosphonates.
Magnesia or magnesium oxide is an alkaline earth metal oxide.
[ClickPress, Tue Aug 27 2019] Calcium is an alkaline earth metal and a chemical element with characteristics similar to barium and strontium.
[USPRwire, Thu Jul 25 2019] Calcium is an alkaline earth metal and a chemical element with characteristics similar to barium and strontium.
Key statement: A method for producing a modified conjugated diene polymer comprising a polymerization step of obtaining a conjugated diene polymer containing a nitrogen atom in a polymer chain and an active end by copolymerizing a conjugated diene compound and a nitrogen atom-containing vinyl compound, or a conjugated diene compound, an aromatic vinyl compound and a nitrogen atom-containing vinyl compound by use of an alkali metal compound and/or an alkaline earth metal compound as a polymerization initiator, and a modification step of reacting a modifier.
However, when the solids content increases, the contribution of the extra dissolved C[O.sub.2] diminishes, to the point that at high solids loadings the C[O.sub.2] supply rate and alkaline earth metal dissolution rate become rate limiting.
It entails applying to the tooth an oxidizing agent comprising between about 0.005 to about 3.0% by weight of a compound of the formula R1 (Mn04)n, or mixtures thereof, wherein R1 is H, an alkali-metal, or an alkaline earth metal, and n is 1 when R1 is H or an alkali-metal and 2 when R1 is an alkaline earth metal; and a reducing agent comprising between about 1-3% by weight of a peroxygen compound, or mixtures thereof, wherein the peroxygen compound is hydrogen peroxide, urea peroxide, an alkali-metal peroxide or an alkaline earth metal peroxide.