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natron

[′nā·trən]
(mineralogy)
Na2CO3·10H2O A white, yellow, or gray mineral that crystallizes in the monoclinic system, is soluble in water, and generally occurs in solution or in saline residues.
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The trona samples collected from Ankara Beypazari region indicate the dominant minerals of trona, dolomite, nahcolite and natron.
8% of GDP): Types--meatpacking, beer brewing, soap, cigarettes, construction materials, natron mining, soft-drink bottling.
The film marks the first big screen nature documentary to be released under the newly formed Disneynature banner and details the extraordinary gathering of one and half million flamingos on the shores of Lake Natron.
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THE CRIMSON WING: Mystery of the Flamingos -- Co-directed by Matthew Aeberhard and Leander Ward, and produced by Paul Webster (Kudos Pictures), this film will take viewers to the isolated shores of Lake Natron in northern Tanzania for a birds-eye view of the mysterious lives of flamingos.
Sweet Spots: Elephant are hunted on the Selous Reserve only, while Natron and Rungwa are prime for lion.
From Loch Ness in Scotland to Lake Natron in Tanzania or Daisetsu in Japan, the world's wilderness places are all under one cover, with extensive descriptions charting why they stand out.
Dry natron is then molded over her body, as well as temporarily positioned inside the cavity to assist with desiccation.
The body was dehydrated with natron salts and wrapped in yards of linen.
Accidental mixing of water with natron and plant ash will form caustic soda (sodium hydroxide).
He said he believes the birds are migrating for breeding purposes to Lake Natron, in northern Tanzania.