chlorate


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Related to chlorate: sodium chlorate, potassium chlorate
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any salt of chloric acid

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In addition to the analytical part, the report provides a range of tables and figures which all together give a true insight into the national, regional and global markets for sodium chlorate.
What has been the historical and current volume trends in the sodium chlorate market?
An analysis of eighteen different commercial brands of packaged drinking water purchased from local markets in Mumbai revealed presence of bromate, chlorite and chlorate in them.
Using UKAS accredited testing methods, Fera can now provide analysis of a range of fresh produce, cereals and other foodstuffs for the presence of chlorate residues.
Our global competitiveness at exporting sodium chlorate rests on low electricity costs, ready access to fresh water supplies, and on our proximity to some of the world's largest pulp manufacturing plants, providing us with an undisputable edge in the North American market.
Uzbekistan proposed Kyrgyzstan to acquire chemical remedies for agriculture, in particular magnesium chlorate defoliant for defoliation of cotton.
The material included stocks of potassium chlorate and ammonium chlorate, FC officials said.
At least 60 bags of potassium chlorate, mortar shells, timers, landmines, detonators, fuses, improvised explosive device circuits and gel explosives were recovered from the basement of the house, Colonel Mohammad Naeem Sarwar told AFP.
Earlier, two men were arrested after they were found driving a truck containing 15 tons of potassium chlorate.
Researchers demonstrated that chlorate (salt or sodium) and nitro compounds were successful in reducing and killing such pathogens as E.
KABUL (PAN): The International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) on Thursday congratulated Afghan border and customs police on their momentousseizure of 16,000 kilograms of ammonium chlorate in the Spin Boldak district odf southern Kandahar province.
Chlorate and a certain class of chemicals called "nitro compounds" were shown to substantially reduce or eliminate the important foodborne pathogens Salmonella and Escherichia coli O157:H7.
It had been proposed previously that chlorate is not itself toxic, but became toxic after its conversion to chlorite as a result of nitrate reductase-catalyzed conversion of chlorate to chlorite (MacDonald and Coddington, 1974).
In recent months sodium chlorate has been removed and all products containing nicotine.
Five redox indicators (2,3'-diphenylamine dicar-boxylic acid, diphenylaminesulfonic acid, diphenylamine, iodine:starch, and luminol) were evaluated against hydrogen peroxide and potassium chlorate.