Silal

Silal

 

a heat-resistant pig iron with a high silicon content (5–6 percent). Silal is produced in two forms in the USSR: one form has laminar graphite and the other has spherical graphite. Relatively inexpensive cast parts that operate under high temperatures (800–900°C) can be made of Silal, for example, doors of open-hearth furnaces, fire bars, and parts for steam boilers.

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Through the efforts of the different Community Support Program (CSP) teams of the 2SFBn, those who voluntarily surrendered were Annuar Sumlahani Dalawis alias Urban, a resident of Sitio Silal, Barangay Lianutan, Luuk, Sulu; Arsi Kalam Akili, a resident of Barangay Danag, Patikul, Sulu; Nassal Asaral alias Nassal, Alvarez Sadjan alias Tundok, and Aysal Ajaral alias Taki, all residents of Barangay Kuppong, Indanan, Sulu; and Medzmar Mursin alias Choy, a resident of Barangay Panabuan, Indanan Sulu.
In addition, the frequency of chamosite [(v + [delta]).sub.(SilAl)O-OH] absorption should be lower than 4270 [cm.sup.-1] and the frequency of clinochlore [(v + [delta]).sub.(SiAl)O-OH] absorption should be higher than 4270 [cm.sup.-1].
FP *sale (sala) 'Salz' > ?Fi suola, Est sool, Mari -cal, -cal, Udm silal, Komi sol (UEW 750; SSA 3: 215; [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] 393).
The main precursors used for the preparation of mesoporous magnetite are iron (III) chloride (Fe[Cl.sub.3]) (Sigma-Aldrich), ammonium iron (II) sulfate hexahydrate (Fe[(N[H.sub.4]).sub.2][(S[O.sub.4]).sub.2] 6[H.sub.2]O) (Silal Trading), sodium hydroxide (NaOH) (Silal Trading), salicylic acid ([C.sub.6][H.sub.7][O.sub.3]) (Chimactiv), glutamic acid (Sigma-Aldrich), trichloroacetic acid (Carlo Erba RP ACS), and distilled water.
[1.] Cleary S, Birch S, Chimbindi N, Silal S, McIntyre D.
Silal Taha from Ninewa's Police Academy was killed along with one of his sons when a sticky explosive device targeted his vehicle in Talkeef district (15 km north of Mosul)," the source told Aswat al-Iraq news agency.
Dagget then had Silal Overoi caught by Mark Wagh at first slip and Mali Richards pouched by wicket-keeper Tim Ambrose first ball to harvest figures of 5-1-17-3.
We further thank the REACH principal investigators, team members and collaborating sites (Helen Schneider, Di McIntyre, Stephen Birch, John Eyles, especially for the comments and edits, Duane Blaauw, Bronwyn Harris, Pascalia Munyewende, Loveday Penn-Kekana, Mosa Moshabela, Susan Cleary, Vanessa Daries, Sheetal Silal, Veloshnee Govender, Jana Fried) for making this study possible.