Chemical reaction Microwave popcorn brands suffered a heavy PR blow a decade ago when news reports surfaced of plant workers contracting lung ailments after working with diacetyl, the goopy yellow chemical
that provides that oh-so-important buttery flavor.
IT DECREASES INFLAMMATION RESEARCHERS have found that curcumin, the bright yellow chemical
produced by turmeric, is capable of interacting with a variety of molecules involved in inflammation, easing swelling, aches and pains in the joints and muscles.
2 In science, gunpowder is an explosive made from a mixture of potassium nitrate, charcoal and which yellow chemical
* Available clear and yellow chemical
conversion coatings for electromagnetic interference (EMI) shielding, creating and maintaining electrical continuity as a path for grounding--the coatings prevent corrosion from becoming an insulator and potentially negating EMI shield effectiveness.
It's enriched with beta-carotene, a yellow chemical
from which the body fashions most of its vitamin A.
"We saw men in them yellow chemical
suits go into a flat."
"Three yellow chemical
drums, about 4ft high, have been left by police in my back yard.
As they must have been hoping it would, the yellow chemical
effervesced, even if it did create a mess on the laboratory table.
Harlequin ladybirds emit a smelly yellow chemical
which stains walls, carpets, furniture and curtains.
The North East Ambulance Service (NEAS) has received 200 bright yellow chemical
suits from the Government and trained more than 100 volunteer workers to be mobilised within minutes in the event of a terrorist attack.
The Public Accounts Committee also points out that while the Ministry of Agriculture focused on the farmers it was the tourism industry, thanks to that picture of Tony Blair in what appeared to be a yellow chemical
, biological and nuclear protection suit along with the unnecessary closure of all footpaths, that suffered the most.
Firefighters wearing specialist yellow chemical
suits entered the building to examine the package.