The aim of this study is to examine the effect of halide
ions on nickel in perchloric acid medium.
Using a database of 89 genes from plants, fungi, and bacteria known to produce methyl halides
, the researchers identified genes that were the most likely to produce the highest levels of these substances.
can be associated with post-solder corrosion, no-clean fluxes containing halides
will always contain rosin to encapsulate any leftover, un-reacted ionic material and ensure electrochemical reliability.
T-5 lamps hold 95 percent of their initial light level compared to 60-70 percent for metal halide
Many of the natural sources of methyl halide
gases haven't been identified, says Kelly R.
After monitoring methyl halide
gases emitted from a rice paddy in Maxwell, Calif.
Comparing metal halide
and high-pressure sodium lamps, they are highly efficient, compact light sources that are relatively immune to ambient temperature effects.
are also used by people with terrariums and those who need objects illuminated to reveal their "true colors," such as quilters, photographers, painters and other artists.
Wetting characteristics and reactivity of molten halides
increase significantly above 1325-1350F.
Kinds and Properties of Radiation: Lattice Defects in Metals and Alkali Halides
Officials at the Bowden Ice Arena in Alberta, Canada, swapped out 36 400-W metal halide
luminaires for the same number of high-bay LED luminaires (from Albeo Technologies), not only for the projected energy savings but to give hockey players and spectators a better look at the disc.
This technique, Combustion Ion Chromatography, is used to determine halides
and sulfur content in coal, crude oil, naphtha, alkylates, liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) and related materials.