malachite


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a green or blue mineral used as an ore of copper and for making ornamental objects

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Disinfectants include formalin, malachite green, benzalkonium chloride, chlorine, iodine, and potassium permanganate.
The malachite dye solution used for the detection of sulfites in meat products is also useful in finding scraped, abraded, or sandblasted eggs through immersion of the egg in the dye solution.
The 13 chapters address adsorption of malachite green to silica hydrogel, fullerenes in the air oxidation environment, water vapor adsorption by zeolites, degradation of polyethylene in open air applications, and theoretical calculations on aza-scorpiand systems.
The transaction follows the sale of a portfolio of three commercial buildings in Woodside, Queens to The Malachite Group.
Later on these anomalies were proved by shallow drilling because significant amount of pyrite, chalcopyrite, azurite and malachite were observed in the core samples.
rruff.info/doclib/hom/shattuckite.pdf), while the green areas displayed peaks for malachite.
After the characterization of the compounds, they were used as new, effective, and green nanophotocatalysts for the degradation of malachite green dye pollutant in aqueous media.
Yokohama city authorities ordered Yamato Foods to recall the products and contacted the police after its tests on the eels showed that they contained traces of malachite green, which can be used as an antimicrobial agent for ornamental fish but cannot be used for food stocks.
Feinstein, a noted photographer whose works of roses and other flora and fauna are in collections in museums worldwide, turns his lens to the wonders of the creature about which he writes: "The earth laughs with flowers, but it dances with butterflies." With an introduction to butterflies' role in the ecosystem and the need for conservation by the curator of the Magic Wings Butterfly Conservatory and Gardens (South Deerfield, MA), the oversize volume features exquisite images of butterflies including the starry night, sunset moth, pearly malachite, and zebra longwing; and interspersed tributes to these creatures associated with the soul and rebirth.
Sjirk Geerts of Stellenbosch University in Matieland, South Africa, noticed native malachite sunbirds hovering around tree tobacco flowers in northeastern South Africa, and decided to investigate.
Outstanding azurite crystals and malachite pseudomorphs from the Milpillas copper mine began appearing on the mineral market in 2006.
A series of six grab samples from copper-bearing boulders in the Dillard area are described as volcanic rocks hosting irregular quartz-carbonate veining with disseminations and stringers of chalcopyrite, pyrite and minor malachite. Similarly, mineralized rocks were also noted in the Prime area where a chip and grab sample contained significant gold and silver.