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2014-02-06 23:23:34

DeepResearchReports.com offer “2014 Market Research Report on Global TOP 10 Ultra Fine Aluminium Hydroxide Manufacturers Industry” in its store.

2014-01-28 16:28:24

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2013-08-12 06:20:58

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2013-06-24 23:00:53

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Latest Inorganic compounds Reference Libraries

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2005-05-26 12:09:54

Bauxite is a naturally occurring, heterogeneous material composed primarily of one or more aluminium hydroxide minerals, plus various mixtures of silica, iron oxide, titania, aluminosilicate, and other impurities in minor or trace amounts. The principal aluminium hydroxide minerals found in varying proportions with bauxites are gibbsite and the polymorphs boehmite and diaspore. Bauxites are typically classified according to their intended commercial application: abrasive, cement, chemical,...

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2005-05-25 10:26:23

Zinc is a chemical element in the periodic table that has the symbol Zn and atomic number 30. Notable characteristics Zinc is a moderately reactive metal that will combine with oxygen and other non-metals, and will react with dilute acids to release hydrogen. The one common oxidation state of zinc is +2. Applications Zinc is the fourth most common metal in use, trailing only iron, aluminium, and copper in annual production. - Zinc is used to galvanize metals such as steel to...

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