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How Much Salt Is Too Much? And Is Too Little Also Bad? The Debate Continues In Three New Studies

redOrbit Staff & Wire Reports - Your Universe Online Consuming too much salt has long been associated with risk of high blood pressure, but cutting back too much on sodium could also be hazardous to your health, according to research...

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2014-08-20 08:22:39

-- The draft pre-feasibility study set out in the independent National Instrument 43-101 Technical Report ("PFS Technical Report") prepared by a multi-company team led by AMEC E&C Services Inc. ("AMEC") for Duluth Metals Limited confirms that the proposed underground copper, nickel and Platinum Group Metals ("PGMs") mining project (the "TMM Project") is supported by financial fundamentals showing a competitive cost position, high...

2014-08-19 08:23:55

VANCOUVER, Aug. 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ - Commerce Resources Corp. (TSXv: CCE, FSE: D7H, OTCQX: CMRZF) ("Commerce" or the "Company") is pleased to provide an update on its metallurgical flowsheet for the Ashram Rare Earth Deposit, including an outline of recommended next steps and potential end-products to be targeted by these steps. Overall, the Company continues to advance the Ashram Project towards completion of its Prefeasibility Study. This work includes the results of recently reported...

2014-08-18 16:25:41

LONDON, Aug. 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportbuyer.com has added a new market research report:Rare Earths Elements in High-Tech Industries: Market Analysis and Forecasts amid China's Trade Embargohttps://www.reportbuyer.com/product/2244733/Rare-Earths-Elements-in-High-Tech-Industries-Market-Analysis-and-Forecasts-amid-China's-Trade-Embargo.htmlRare earth elements are used in CMP polishing slurries and as high-k dielectrics in the semiconductor industry. . Prices of ceria, used in STI...

2014-08-12 23:06:56

Calcium, magnesium, and potassium are important for good blood pressure management. Potassium helps control sodium levels and blood vessels tighten. Magnesium and calcium help the blood vessels relax. Boston, MA (PRWEB) August 12, 2014 The typical western diet often fails to deliver three key minerals for blood pressure control: calcium, magnesium, and potassium, reports the August 2014 Harvard Health Letter. Calcium helps blood vessels tighten and relax when they need to. Magnesium does...

2014-08-12 23:02:23

The Flame Retardant Chemicals Market is expected to grow at a healthy pace in the next five years to reach $10,340 Million by 2019. http://www.marketsandmarkets.com/Market-Reports/flame-retardant-chemicals-market-686.html (PRWEB) August 12, 2014 The new report “Flame Retardant Market by Type (Aluminum Trihydrate, Antimony Oxide, Brominated, Chlorinated, Organphosphorous) and End-User Industry (Building & Construction, Electronics, Wire & Cables, Automotive) - Global Trends &...

2014-08-11 23:05:26

Ultramet CPT unveils its ground breaking acid corrosion eliminating technologies and capabilities. Pacoima, CA (PRWEB) August 11, 2014 Ultramet CPT today announced the availability of an innovative tantalum diffusion technology that eliminates corrosion from some the most aggressive chemical and acid environments. Utilizing Ultramet’s 40+ years of experience in chemical vapor deposition of refractory metals, Ultramet spun off Ultramet CPT (Corrosion Protection Technologies) with the...

Burrowing Animals May Have Been Key To Stabilizing Earth's Oxygen Reservoir
2014-08-08 03:22:57

University of Southern Denmark Evolution of the first burrowing animals may have played a major role in stabilizing the Earth's oxygen reservoir, according to a new study in Nature Geoscience. Around 540 million years ago, the first burrowing animals evolved. When these worms began to mix up the ocean floor's sediments (a process known as bioturbation), their activity came to significantly influence the ocean's phosphorus cycle and as a result, the amount of oxygen in Earth's...

2014-08-07 23:09:28

Early results just released from new research by Ohio State University is showing significant reductions in phosphorous runoff from farm fields, bringing new life to an ancient farming technique. Greenleaf Advisors is partnering with OSU to educate stakeholders and communicate these results at a time when phosphorus loads into the Great Lakes is a top priority in Ohio and beyond. Columbus, Ohio (PRWEB) August 07, 2014 Although the phosphorus that contributed to the ban on drinking tap...

2014-08-07 12:22:19

DALLAS, August 7, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- New research report "Flame Retardant Market by Type (Aluminum Trihydrate, Antimony Oxide, Brominated, Chlorinated, Organphosphorous) and End-User Industry (Building & Construction, Electronics, Wire & Cables, Automotive) - Global Trends & Forecast to 2019" by MarketsandMarkets, defines and segments the isocyanate market with an analysis and forecast of the market value. The flame retardant chemicals market value is projected...

2014-08-06 23:12:02

DeepResearchReports.com adds “2014 Market Research Report on Global and China Potassium bromate Industry” report to its research database. Dallas, TX (PRWEB) August 06, 2014 The Global and Chinese Potassium bromate Industry Report is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the global Potassium bromate industry with a focus on the Chinese situation. The report provides a basic overview of the industry including definitions, classifications, applications and industry...


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Acid Rain
2013-04-01 10:21:17

Acid rain is any form of precipitation that is unusually acidic, meaning that is possesses high levels of hydrogen ions. It can have harmful effects on aquatic animals, plants, and infrastructure. Acid rain is caused by emissions of sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxide, which react with the water molecules within the atmosphere to produce acids. Nitrogen oxides can be produced naturally by lightening strikes. Sulfur dioxide can be produced naturally by volcanic eruptions. The chemicals that are...

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2010-10-28 18:40:42

The spectroheliograph captures a photographic image of the Sun at a single wavelength of light. The wavelength chosen usually coincides with a spectral wavelength of one of the chemical elements present in the Sun. George Ellery Hale and Henri-Alexadre Deslandres developed I independently in 1890 and was further refined in 1932 by Robert R. McMath to take motion pictures. It operates by using a prism together with a narrow slit that passes a single wavelength. The light focuses on a...

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2009-07-17 12:29:12

Fermium is a synthetic, radioactive metallic element. It has the symbol Fm and atomic number 100. It is an element in the actinide series. It is named after nuclear physicist Enrico Fermi. Fermium became the eighth transuranic (having an atomic number greater than 92) element discovered. It was first discovered in 1952 by a team of scientists led by Albert Ghiorso. They found fermium-255 in debris of the first hydrogen bomb explosion from Operation Ivy. Fermium-255 was created when...

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2009-07-17 12:16:59

Europium is a chemical element with the symbol Eu and atomic number 63. Europium is named after the continent Europe. It is the most reactive of the rare earth elements. It rapidly oxidizes in air. Europium ignites in the air at around 302 degrees Fahrenheit. It is quite pliable (bendable). Although it was first discovered by Paul Émile Lecoq de Boisbaudran in 1890, it is usually credited to French chemist Eugène-Anatole Demarçay, who suspected samples of the discovered samarium...

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2009-07-17 11:41:58

Erbium is a chemical element with the symbol Er and atomic number 68. Erbium is a rare, silvery-white metallic lanthanide (an element having an atomic number between 57 and 71). It is found solid in its natural state and is commonly found with several other elements in the mineral gadolinite. It is found in Ytterby, Sweden. Erbium was discovered by Carl Gustaf Mosander in 1843. Mosander separated yttria from gadolinite into three compounds he called erbia, terbia, and yttria. Erbia and...

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