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d’Oliveira & Associates has posted a new informational graphic that describes the risks associated with beryllium exposure.
The WHO-HCWH Global Initiative for Mercury-Free Health Care will support health professionals, hospitals, health systems and ministries of health as they seek to implement the Minamata Convention.
Southland Sensing Ltd., is pleased to announce the OMD-501 Trace Oxygen Analyzer for measuring parts-per-million (PPM) O2 in an inert gas purifier.
A recent research has explored the environmental exposure and flux of thallium to the environment; and it provides the foundations for theoretical calculation to control Tl pollution by utilizing of Tl-rich pyrite minerals.
China Antimony Industry Report, 2013-2015 sheds light on the policy adjustment of antimony industry in China, production adjustment, purchasing and storage of main antimony producers based on
Pittsburgh-based InventHelp® attempts to submit an invention, Retractable Oxygen Tubing Collection Device, to companies for review. Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB)
Actinium is a radioactive chemical element. The symbol for Actinium is Ac and the atomic number is 89. Actinium was discovered in 1899 by French chemist AndrÃ©-Louis Debierne. It was the first non-primordial radioactive element to be isolated. Actinium is amongst a group of 15 similar elements within the periodic table that make up the actinoid series. This substance was also independently discovered by Friedrich Oskar Giesel in 1902 and named it emanium in 1904. In 1904 he named it...
Germanium is a chemical element in the periodic table that has the symbol Ge and atomic number 32. This is a lustrous, hard, silver-white, metalloid that is chemically similar to tin. Germanium forms a large number of organometallic compounds and is an important semiconductor material used in transistors. Notable characteristics Germanium is a hard, grayish-white element that has a metallic luster and the same crystal structure as diamond. In addition, it is important to note that...
A rare earth is an oxide of a rare earth element. Often rare earth elements themselves are loosely called "rare earths". As to exactly what is a "rare earth" element is a matter of some ambiguity. The narrowest definition restricts it to the lanthanides, which are lanthanum, cerium, praseodymium, neodymium, promethium, samarium, europium, gadolinium, terbium, dysprosium, holmium, erbium, thulium, ytterbium, and lutetium. Sometimes the radioactive actinides are included, so that all elements...
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