cryolite


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a white mineral consisting of fluorides of aluminum and sodium

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[USPRwire, Mon Sep 02 2019] Cryolite (with the chemical name sodium hexafluoroaluminate) is an inorganic compound with the formula Na 3 AlF 3 .
$88-million soft loan will be provided by China for construction of plants in Tajikistan on production of cryolite, aluminum fluoride and sulfuric acid in the territory of Yavan district, 70 kilometers southeast of Dushanbe.
The most frequent form in conditions of Yakutia's cryolite zone is soil and litter form [15,11,17].
Two different materials were used to visualize burrowing in sandy sediments, cryolite and 500-[micro]m glass beads.
Expanded perlite that is supplied to Saudi industries and other Gulf and African markets includes insulite for building and insulation; looslite for insulation of walls; cryolite for industrial purposes, and agrilite for agricultural purposes and as a soil conditioner.
Trebukh, "Dynamic control of the cryolite ratio and the bath temperature of aluminium reduction cell," TMS Light Metals, pp.
There are various kinds of process routes to fabricate cryolite in industry and the raw materials differ greatly from each other accordingly.
For the recycling of pepsi cola can in addition to high purity salts (NaCl and KCl), Na2CO3 and cryolite (Na3 AlF6) were also added which are effective for improving fusion and reducing aluminum loss in the recovery of aluminum from molten scrap aluminum.
Porsild's work at the Herbarium was interrupted by the war effort after 1940, when the fall of Denmark posed 35 detail Porsild's years as a Vice-Consul to Greenland, where the presence of a cryolite mine (a rare commodity vital in aluminium production) was an important wartime concern, Germany having previously drawn upon the mine.
Industrial fluorides are completely absorbed, but natural fluoride minerals cryolite ([Na.sub.3]Al[F.sub.6]) or fluorite (mineral fluorspar with Ca[F.sub.2]) are poorly absorbed (see Endnote 1).
This has certainly been the case for the Louisiana sugarcane industry where the use of insecticides began with the botanical compound ryania and the inorganic compound cryolite, advanced to the organochlorines and then organophosphates, was then followed by the pyrethroids, and currently the insect growth regulators (IGR) (Hensley 1971; Rodriguez et al.
According to details, Falcon Abrasives Private Limited, the manufacturer of Abrasives Cloth Sheet, Belts/Roll, Sand Paper, Fiber Disc and Buffering Paper has requested the NTC for reduction of customs duty and sales tax on import of its raw materials, inputs including water proof base paper, brown fused aluminium oxide, phenol crystal, BYK-346, fine milled cryolite, vulcanized fibre, coupling agent and kraft paper used by the applicant to compete with imported products, said a statement issued by the NTC here on Monday.
Three tenders requesting international offers via agents for the supply of (a) 3,000 metric tons tar pitch, (b) 17,000 combo bags, also (c) 100 metric tons artificial cryolite. Ref.