mostly used to provide nitrogen in fertilizers for rice and wheat crops.
The report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the global ferric chloride
"Acute (short-term) exposures to methylene chloride
fumes can rapidly cause dizziness, loss of consciousness, and death due to nervous system depression," the EPA reports.
Calcium and Potassium Chloride
do not have those adverse effects on health.
The two new lines will provide an additional annual chloride
Ti[O.sub.2] pigment capacity of around 200,000 tons.
As [CA.sub.2] generates a hydrocalumite-type AFm phase by reacting with Ca[(OH).sub.2] in the same way as [C.sub.3]A, it plays an important role in the uptake of chloride
Some work has been carried out over the past few decades to investigate the chloride
transport property of SFRC [6, 7].
It was established that PCC35 and Portland Pozzolana Cement (PPC) exhibited similar performance in terms of chloride
([Cl.sup.-]) ingress, apparent diffusion coefficient ([D.sub.app]), and strength development before and after exposure to [Cl.sup.-] media.
Although many pieces of valuable information on chloride
diffusion of concrete have been reported in the past for service life prediction of concrete structures , most of these pieces of information are based on the results obtained by studying 1D chloride
diffusion in concrete.
Human health company ACETO (NasdaqGS:ACET) stated on Monday that it plans to introduce Oxybutynin Chloride
Extended-Release Tablets, USP in the market .
The calcium chloride
turnkey project's annual production capacity would be 1,35,000 TPA and is valued at $20m.
They found that meat processors can reduce lipid oxidation associated with sea salts or pure sodium chloride
by substituting a blend of potassium chloride
and sodium chloride