aluminum hydroxide

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Synonyms for aluminum hydroxide

white crystalline compound that occurs naturally as the mineral gibbsite

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The two most commonly used phosphate binders are aluminum hydroxide and aluminum hydroxide sucrose gels.
Veneers treated with aluminum hydroxide showed weakening of peaks at 1730, 1660, and 1600 [cm.
The main basic materials as active ingredient of toothpaste is aluminum hydroxide for which the country still is entirely dependent on import as it not yet produced locally.
They also invariably incorporate traces of hydrogen-bearing compounds, such as water, lithium hydroxide, and aluminum hydroxide.
The culture filtrate is adsorbed to aluminum hydroxide and formulated with benzethonium chloride (preservative) and formaldehyde (stabilizer).
The interaction of ozonated NOM with freshly precipitated iron or aluminum hydroxide may lead to the sorption of oxalate and other ozonation byproducts.
com/research/wzbnc5/2012_deep_research) has announced the addition of the "2012 Deep Research Report on China Ultra Fine Aluminum Hydroxide Industry" report to their offering.
SDK) has decided to increase its prices for aluminum hydroxide and alumina, and started discussions with customers.
Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Japan, has patented a composite powder that is comprised of a flaky substrate powder, seed particles selected from the group consisting of titanium oxide, zinc oxide, alumina, aluminum hydroxide, silica, iron oxide; and barium sulfate particles or zinc oxide particles.
Tokyo, Japan, July 4, 2006 - (JCN) - Nippon Light Metal and Sojitz Corporation have partnered with Vietnam National Chemical (VINACHEM) and its 100% subsidiary SBC (South Basic Chemical) in the construction of aluminum hydroxide factories in Vietnam.
Among the new entries are aluminum hydroxide adjuvant, disodium edetate, ethyl lactate, hectorite, lactose spray dried, lauric acid, linoleic acid, raffinose, and saponite.
Supplies Satex brominated flame retardants for epoxies, engineering thermoplastics, high-impact polystyrene and foams, rigid and flexible urethane foam, or unsaturated polyester applications; Antiblaze phosphorus flame retardants in rigid foams or insulation, flexible foams for home and travel furnishings, textiles, and applications for low-fogging needs; Martinal aluminum hydroxide flame retardants for polymers with processing temperatures to 392 F; and Magnifin magnesium hydroxide flame retardants for thermoplastics and elastomers requiring higher process temperatures up to 644 F.
It is also comprised of a second spacer layer which does not provide significant incident angle dependent variable path-length difference, the spacer layer being selected from the group consisting of silicon dioxide, magnesium fluoride, magnesium oxide, magnesium hydroxide, aluminum oxide, aluminum hydroxide, titanium oxide, titanium hydroxide and iron oxide.
The only adjuvant currently licensed for use in humans is aluminum hydroxide," he says, "because it has such a long safety record.
When clarifier alum-bearing sludge is sufficiently acidified with sulfuric acid, insoluble aluminum hydroxide is dissolved and forms a dilute liquid alum.