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Synonyms for antimony

a metallic element having four allotropic forms

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SPMP is a minerals processing company in the Sohar free zone engaged in the construction of a modern and environmentally compliant antimony roaster and processing facility with the ability to recover gold.
Emin Eyi, chief executive of SPMP, said: Work has already commenced with the Traxys team in identifying and approaching major suppliers of antimony and antimony-gold concentrates at a time when some 50 per cent of Chinas antimony smelters are shuttered pending environmental concerns.
Natural resource company United States Antimony (NYSE MKT:UAMY) stated on Monday that it expects production of approximately 50,000 pounds of antimony from its own Mexican antimony and gold and silver properties.
Group I animals were injected with antimony sodium tartrate of 1/2 MLD 6 mg/kg body weight I/V at interval of 2 days for 12 weeks.
Antimony has been regarded as a promising anode material for high-performance lithium-ion batteries as it exhibits a high charging capacity - by a factor of two higher than that of commonly used graphite.
Due to the efforts made by Iranian experts and engineers, Iran has acquired the technical know-how necessary for the production of antimony ingot," IMIDRO Chairman of Presiding Board Amir Amini said today.
Antimony is a white metallic element that in small doses can cause nausea, dizziness and depression.
2003) reported antimony chloride as showing high estrogenicity.
The pants evaluated during this evaluation, made by one manufacturer, consisted of a cotton and antimony trioxide and chloride flame-retardant fiber blend.
The updated mineral resource estimates show indicated resource of 42,412 ounces of antimony at 4.
Antimony is a poison; small doses can make you feel ill and depressed and large doses can kill you.
Collectors soon realized that China is endowed with a great number of antimony deposits, and that among their minerals, not only stibnite, the main ore of antimony, but some of its oxidation products and associated species are also noteworthy.
Antimony oxide for flame-retardant and PET catalysts in high-tint, low-tint, and high-purity grades.
The levels of the natural chemical antimony found in the bottled water is well below official safety guidelines but it is still up to 350 times as high as the levels found naturally in water.
Zinc borate is a synergist with antimony oxide and halogenated flame-retardants, as well as ATH.