He, "Preparation of calcium sulfate
hemihydrate and application in polypropylene composites," Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, vol.
The dose of calcium sulfate
p.a (11.76 g [kg.sup.-1]) was determined as suggested by Leite et al.
Recently, several useful methods and drugs, such as platelet-rich plasma (PRP) and calcium sulfate
(CS), are shown to play crucial roles in restoring long bone defects.
(gypsum) and ammonium sulphate are major sources of sulphur.
Gypsum, a sedimentary rock, is made of calcium sulfate
with bound water, while most of the rocks sampled so far on Mars are primarily composed of silicon.
A useful polymer is polylactic acid; the ceramic may be calcium carbonate, calcium sulfate
, tricalcium phosphate, or tetracalcium phosphate.
The lime reacts with the S[O.sub.2] to create calcium sulfate
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is especially soluble in vivo, serving as a calcium source for mineral formation.
Collards, kale, tofu made with calcium sulfate
, calcium-fortified soymilk and juice, and soybeans are all good sources of non-dairy calcium.
Recent independent tests reportedly confirm that anhydrous calcium sulfate
(gypsum) is an economical TiO2 extender that maintains good pigmenting performance in PP.
United States Gypsum Company's Specialty Products Division offers CAS-20-4, an anhydrous calcium sulfate
that can be used as a titanium dioxide (TiO[.sub.2]) extender in polypropylene.
Spear Associates, to create H2S in a landfill environment five basic circumstances are necessary: First, a sulfur source has to be present, which is represented by the calcium sulfate
in the gypsum, and then an anaerobic environment, which is possible in a landfill with a good, tight cover.
He also rotated the wheat crop with clover and other plants and, to keep fields fertile, added manure and gypsum, which is calcium sulfate