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An anionic form of tungsten.
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Molybdate and tungstate are both known to be toxic to termites (Brill and von Meyer 1985, Brill et al.
PPy doped with tungstate anion has been previously electropolymerized on carbon steel.
Several solutions were formed by dissolving 1.6493 g of sodium tungstate ([Na.sub.2]W[O.sub.4]) in 100 mL reverse osmosis (RO) water each and continuously stirred at room temperature for 30 min.
Led by Professor Ramon Gomis at the Hospital Clinic de Barcelona in Spain, the researchers studied the effects of sodium tungstate on pancreatic gene expression in a rat model of diabetes, in order to discover the mechanisms that control the partial pancreatic regeneration induced by this treatment.
Glycyl-glycine (Gly Gly), hippuryl-glycyl-glycine (Hip-Gly-Gly), 2,4,6-trinitrobenzene sulfonic acid (TNBS), HEPES and sodium tungstate were purchased from Sigma (USA).
Calcium tungstate screens require a reflective layer to produce a good latent image on the film.
HPLC-grade methanol, ammonium acetate, acetic acid, acetonitrile, perchloric acid, and sodium tungstate were obtained from Merck.
Chemicals: Activated carbon, and (NH4)10H2(W2O7)6 (Ammonium tungstate) 98 % pure were supplied by Sigma Aldrich; Ti (OCH(CH3)2)4 (Titanium tetraisopropoxide) 98% pure and NH4VO3 (Ammonium monovanadate) 99 % pure were supplied by Merck.
Yan et al., "Tungsten trioxide/zinc tungstate bilayers: electrochromic behaviors, energy storage and electron transfer," Electrochimica Acta, vol.
LDHs have been proven to be intercalated by inorganic inhibitors such as vanadate, (14-16) tungstate anions, (17) and organic inhibitors (e.g., 2-benzothiazolylthio-succinic acid), (18) 2-mercaptobenzothiazolate (MBT), quinaldate, (19-21) benzotriazole, ethyl xanthate and oxalate, (22) and phytic acid (23) as different nanocontainers.