metallic salts

metallic salts,

n.pl the compounds such as potassium oxalate or strontium chloride used by dental professionals to help desensitize teeth. They work by forming a gritty film which blocks the dentin tubules.
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All are 100% plant material and completely chemical free: no metallic salts, no ammonia, no PPD
Depending on the chemical composition, inorganic and organic pigments can be differentiated: While inorganic pigments are metallic salts, organic pigments consist of carbon.
Many hairdressers worry about henna because commercial options often contain metallic salts or chemical dyes, but pure henna is a nourishing treatment for the hair.
The distribution plan includes the Day1 Troweling Aid, which Like the rest of the Lythic product Line is based on colloidal silica, a highly pure form of silica that is more chemically efficient than the silicates used in conventional densifters, and virtually eliminates the addition of discoloring metallic salts to the concrete.
This was produced by adding various metallic salts which were burnt on to the glass during firing.
Another advance in arc lamps was the addition of metallic salts to the carbon rods, which increased the output and influenced the color of the light.
Indeed, after quite extensive research effort, they did come up with an unique solution, using food grade vegetable fatty acid ester and suppressing both the metallic salts used so far as dryers and the stabilizers/ anti-skinning additives: A totally new generation of inks, Tempo Nutripack, was born.
Within these two groups are additional subgroups such as metallic salt 1 through formulae with 2-3-4-5 metallic salts.
Orrion Chemicals Metalchem (OCM) and Caldic have entered into a strategic alliance concerning the production and distribution of metallic salts in Europe.
Celtic Chemicals was launched to manufacture and process organic metallic salts, widely used in a range of industries such as electronics, food, pharmaceuticals and metal finishing.
Fulhame then repeated these experiments with solutions of many different metallic salts, including silver, lead, platinum, mercury, copper, tin, arsenic, bismuth, antimony, iron and zinc.