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2009-09-03 08:54:56

Temperature determines which molecule rocks out Scientists have long known that molecules dance about as the temperature rises, but now researchers know the exact steps that water takes with a certain molecule. Results with small, electrically charged cyanide ions and water molecules reveal that water zips around ions to a greater extent than expected. The findings improve our understanding of a chemical interaction important in environmental and atmospheric sciences. "One of the cornerstones...

2009-08-18 05:00:00

INDIANAPOLIS, Aug. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- "If commercial flying had as many civilian fatalities as those relating to smoke and fire, there would be a public revolt," said Rob Schnepp, CPTC president and assistant chief of special operations for the Alameda County Fire Department in California. "The numbers aren't going down, and this tells me that we aren't addressing the problem adequately. A 2006 NFPA study reveals 87-percent of people who died in fires had toxic blood concentrations of...

2009-07-31 09:17:00

JOHANNESBURG, July 31 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Gold Fields Limited (Gold Fields) (JSE, NYSE, NASDAQ Dubai: GFI) is pleased to announce that Beatrix Gold Mine has achieved accreditation with the International Cyanide Management Code (ICMC). Beatrix is the fourth of Gold Fields' nine mines to achieve Cyanide Code accreditation. The Tarkwa and Damang Gold Mines in Ghana achieved accreditation in June and May 2008, respectively and the South Deep Gold Mine in South Africa achieved...

2009-04-20 11:28:00

People's Burn Foundation launches fourth phase of firefighter education program at FDIC INDIANAPOLIS, April 20 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Continuing in the tradition of providing innovative education programs to our nation's fire service the People's Burn Foundation is pleased to unveil the fourth installment of the To Hell and Back burn prevention and safety series. To Hell and Back IV: Cyanide takes participants inside the body through advanced 3-D visualizations to reveal how Hydrogen...

2008-09-09 15:00:32

By Tom Mooney One man is in serious condition with chemical burns after a cyanide accident at Attleboro metals processor Stern-Leach. ATTLEBORO -- A routine mixing of a cyanide solution yesterday morning at a jewelry fabrication plant caused a chemical "explosion" that seriously injured one worker, sent two dozen others to area hospitals as a precaution, and drove Massachusetts and federal environmental officials to test the air for contaminants, the police said. The incident...

2008-08-13 18:00:35

By Hector Gutierrez The FBI and local authorities are trying to sort out the mystery of what happened to a man found dead at the Burnsley Hotel in Denver's Capitol Hill neighborhood with a foreign substance that the coroner's office said might be cyanide. On Tuesday, the man was identified as Saleman Abdirahman Dirie, a 29-year-old Canadian. Denver police said they believe he had been dead for several days before officers found him Monday morning. "Because of the suspicious nature of the...

2008-06-20 18:00:28

John T. Day, President and Chief Executive Officer of Nevada Chemicals, Inc. (NASDAQ: NCEM), today announced that Cyanco, the joint venture company in which Nevada Chemicals holds a 50% interest, has secured volume commitments from new and expanding mining operations located in the Nevada mining region, some of which are multi-year agreements for the supply of sodium cyanide. As a result of these various supply agreements, the Nevada Chemicals Board of Directors has authorized the necessary...

2008-02-20 03:00:40

By Lin, H K Walsh, D E; Oleson, J L; Chen, X Abstract Residual cyanide in cyanidation tailings can be detoxified by its oxidation to cyanate, as in the Inco and Degussa processes. However, cyanate, the product of detoxification and other oxidation processes, may be reduced to cyanide in reducing environments, e.g., deepwater discharge of cyanidation tailings. This study shows that the reduction of cyanate to cyanide occurs and that the reduction rate increases with decreasing solution redox...


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