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Synonyms for magnesia

a white solid mineral that occurs naturally as periclase

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The company previously announced last month that Krishna had received a purchase order from a Hong Kong based company for 100,000 metric tons of magnesia chrome powder.
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Catch The Skywalkers at the Magnesia Bank, Camden Street, North Shields, Sunday December 27.
The Magnesia Bank is for sale at a freehold asking price of PS375,000.
The spectacular growth of Iran's steel industry is likely to provide a beacon for refractory mineral suppliers to the country, and in particular dead burned magnesia imports owing to the country's limited domestic sources of magnesite.
Researchers had to tackle many challenges in order to produce magnesium from magnesia due to its relatively high equilibrium temperature, reversibility of the reaction, and the production of micro-structured and flammable products.
We've heard that milk of magnesia is an effective and economical underarm deodorant.
Milk of Magnesia ' 1/5 and 2/10 (Treble Sixe) Also' Milk of M;iRncsia ' Tablets 7d, 1,'lid.
The magnesia industry is rarely more than a footnote in treatments of the much larger lime industry of which it is part, says Shand, who is with an Ohio chemical company.
Magnesium is named after Magnesia, a region in Thessaly,--.
The European Commission has announced provisional anti-dumping duties of up to 66% on imports from China of magnesia bricks used by steelmakers.
Completed in the fourth quarter 2003, the nearly 30-mile pipeline was manufactured by MTD Pipeline LLC, a joint venture of Martin Marietta Magnesia Specialties LLC and Dow Chemical Co.
In April, the Stafford-based group announced it had signed a seven-year agreement with Yingkou Tianhu Magnesia Industries (YTMI), a magnesia producer in China.
La espinela se produce por la reaccion entre la magnesia y la alumina a temperaturas superiores a 1100[grados]C.
The powder agent, which uses lightly burned magnesia as a key ingredient, was developed by the National Research Institute of Agricultural Engineering jointly with Tobu Chemical K.