alkaline earth


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alkaline earth

Any of the oxides of the alkaline earth metals calcium, strontium, magnesium, and barium.
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Alkaline and alkaline earth soaps as well as metallic soaps are employed in various fields (Poulenant et.
But he argues that placing helium with the alkaline earth metals results in a more regularly shaped structure that can take two forms.
Although the preferential movement of calcium over strontium between compartments in biological systems has long been known, a primary objective of many studies in the 1950s and 1960s was to quantify the relative movement and the retention of these alkaline earth cations, and to devise procedures to minimize the body burden of radiostrontium.
3) the column is washed with buffer to remove the alkali and alkaline earth elements;
0% by weight of a compound of the formula R1 (Mn04)n, or mixtures thereof, wherein R1 is H, an alkali-metal, or an alkaline earth metal, and n is 1 when R1 is H or an alkali-metal and 2 when R1 is an alkaline earth metal; and a reducing agent comprising between about 1-3% by weight of a peroxygen compound, or mixtures thereof, wherein the peroxygen compound is hydrogen peroxide, urea peroxide, an alkali-metal peroxide or an alkaline earth metal peroxide.
The process exploits the highly exothermic reaction between certain alkaline earth metals, including magnesium, and carbon bearing gases, including carbon dioxide, to generate graphene.
It is the heaviest of the alkaline earth metals and is found in trace amounts of uranium ores.
This alkaline earth metal has eight more protons than magnesium.
They also address dynamical heterogeneities in simulated liquid germanium oxide, microwave-assisted synthesis of layered double hydroxides, and nanotechnology applications of alkaline earth metal phosphonates.
The composition contains a phosphorus compound comprised of an acid and a metal selected from the group consisting of an alkali, alkaline earth or transition metal.