sesquioxide


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sesquioxide

[¦ses·kwē′äk‚sīd]
(chemistry)
A compound composed of a metal and oxygen in the ratio 2:3; for example, Al2O3.
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As far back as 1971, toxicology tests made by the Asai Germanium Institute found that organic germanium sesquioxide was incredibly safe, even with a high dose.
5 Determination of %age Sesquioxide (Fe2O3): Taken 10ml of sample and added 30ml of conc HCl and refluxed for 30minutes.
Sesquioxide (Chapter 14)--A general term for oxides and hydroxides of iron and aluminum.
It is easily reduced also by ethyl alcohol forming oxides such as black ruthenium sesquioxide [Ru.
The profile is thick, with prominent structure, a thick argillic horizon (prominent clay coatings), reddening to 10R 4/8, and prominent sesquioxide coatings.
Subsurface horizon low forest, in weatherable minerals but high in shifting aluminum or sesquioxide clays.
This extraction completely recovers elements associated with the exchangeable, organic and sesquioxide fractions and, to a limited extent, the phyllosilicate fraction.
Germanium is identified medically as bis carboxyethyl germanium sesquioxide.
F, Azontonde A, Neves CSVJ, de Freitas PL, Feller CL (2008) Texture and sesquioxide effects on water-stable aggregates and organic matter in some tropical soils.
This group of properties relates to the clay, OM, and sesquioxide contents, which are the major sources of variable charge and are more abundant in Oxisols.
Gidigasu [26] as cited in Olusola [13] defined laterite as a term used to describe all the reddish residual and non-residual tropically weathered soils, which generally form a chain of materials ranging from decomposed rock through clay to sesquioxide ([Al.
Vitamin & Mineral Products: Germanium sesquioxide, Ascorbitol[TM] (6 vitamin Cs blend)