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tellurite

[′tel·yə‚rīt]
(mineralogy)
TeO2 A white or yellowish orthorhombic mineral consisting of tellurium dioxide, and occurring in crystals; it is dimorphous with paratellurite.
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Combining scientific data with practical applications of tellurite glass, he covers elastic and acoustic relaxation properties, thermal properties, electrical properties, and optical properties.
Basic structural units in tellurite glasses are asymmetrical [Te[O.
23) The group confirmed the line's response to chemicals known to be neurotoxic, including sodium tellurite, methylmercury chloride, cadmium chloride, chlorpyrifos, and L-glutamate.
The sample then was ground, serially diluted and plated in MacConkey sorbitol agar supplemented with cefixime tellurite.
Companies are developing thin-film, flexible solar cells using technologies as diverse as amorphous silicon (aSi), cadmium tellurite (CdTe), copper indium gallium (di)selenide (CIGS), dye-based solar cells (DSSC) and organic photovoltaics (OPV).
The organism was able to tolerate its growth at 45[degrees]C and potassium tellurite (0.
aureus counts were carried out on Baird-Parker agar with egg yolk-potassium tellurite emulsion plates and incubated at 35[+ or -] l[degrees]C for 24 to 48 hours.
Comparisons of the Growth and Biochemical Characteristics of Mycobacterium chelonae-like Organism With Those of Mycobacterium mucogenicum * Our Isolate of Characteristics MCLO (6) MM (10) MM Growth on MacConkey + [+ or -] - Arylsulfatase reaction day 3/ day 14 + + + Nitrate reduction + [+ or -] + Tolerance to 5% NaCl - - - Iron uptake - - - Catalase production - [+ or -] [+ or -] Catalase semiquantitative (>45 mm) at 68 [degrees] C, pH 7 - - - Growth at 45 [degrees] C - - - at 42 [degrees] C - - [+ or -] at 37 [degrees] C + + + at 30 [degrees] C + + + at 28 [degrees] C + + + Urease production + + - Tellurite reduction + + + Tween hydrolysis + + + * MCLO indicates Mycobacterium chelonae-like organism; MM, Mycobacterium mucogenicum.
Table 56 Global Nanophotonics Tellurite Amplifiers Market By Geography 2008 - 2014 ($ Thousands)
Biochemical tests, such as those for arylsulfatase activity, tellurite reduction, and heat-stable catalase, also distinguish M.
Tellurite also serves as an indicator for coagulase-pos-itive staphylococci, its reduction by these organisms resulting in a blackening of the broth or the presence of a black precipitate.
The biochemical tests included niacin production, nitrate and tellurite reduction test, pyrazinamidase test, 68[degrees]C catalase test and semi quantitative catalase test, arylsulphatase A and B, tween 80 hydrolysis, urease test, tolerance to 5 per cent sodium chloride and iron uptake tests (12).