ion concentration, used as a biomarker of tobacco smoke exposure, was the highest in the meconium samples of the newborns whose mothers were smoking during pregnancy, and who were exposed to tobacco smoke constituents.
The exposed community had significantly higher urinary thiocyanate
levels than the control community.
is oxidized in a two-electron reaction that yields hypothiocyanite.
2008 Degradation of thiocyanate
from aqueous waste by a mixed Bacterial community.
The archaeal urease acts upon urea as the substrate and generates thiocyanate
([SCN.sup.-])  can effectively dissolve gold when pH is between 1 and 2 in the presence of a suitable oxidising agent such as Fe, forming both [Au.sup.+1] and[ Au.sup.+3].
The peroxidase thiocyanate
hydrogen peroxide antimicrobial system.
The researchers obtained a considerable inhibitory effect when using 0.2 mM of hydrogen peroxide and from 1 mM to 4 mM of potassium thiocyanate
. But that considerable inhibitory effect was obtained only on P.
Effect of thiocyanate
ingestion through milk on thyroid hormone homeostasis in women.
After delivery to the laboratory, experimentation began immediately thereafter while samples for analysis of thiocyanate
were frozen at -20[degrees]C.
To obtain the control solution hidroxibutilanisol (BHA) 0.01%, was taken from a rate of 0, 1 mL of control solution of BHA and added to 5 mL EtOH to 75%, 0.1 mL (100 [micro]L) of ammonium thiocyanate
to 30% and 0.1 mL (100 [micro]L) of ferrous chloride 0.02 M.
With a capacity of treating 955,000tpa of ore, the upgraded plant will feature a flotation plant, a bacteria bio-oxidation (BIOX) treatment facility, and ASTER process for thiocyanate
and cyanide removal.