aluminum hydroxide


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aluminum hydroxide

[ə′lüm·ə·nəm hī′dräk‚sīd]
(inorganic chemistry)
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The Bayer process: A common way to produce alumina, which extracts aluminum hydroxide (alumina) from bauxite as raw material, by utilizing sodium hydroxide (caustic soda).
The aluminum hydroxide waste is non-toxic and could be disposed of in a landfill.
The FDA has received five reports of consumers who used Maalox Total Relief, which contains bismuth subsalicylate, when they had intended to use one of the traditional Maalox antacid products, which contain aluminum hydroxide, magnesium hydroxide, and simethicone.
Selected phosphate binding products available in Canada Aluminum Hydroxide Alu Tab (Riker) Tablets: 600 mg Amphogel (Wyeth) Tablets: 600 mg Liquid: 320 mg/5ml Aluminum Hydroxide Sucrose Basalgel (Wyeth) Capsules: 667 mg (equivalent to 500 mg Aluminum Hydroxide) Calcium Carbonate Calcium Carbonate (Novopharm) Capsules: 500 mg Titralac (Riker) Tablets: 420 mg Liquid: 1 g /5 ml Sucralfate (Basic Aluminum Salt of Tablets: 1 g Sucrose Octasulphate) Sulcrate (Nordic)
The GSK cervical cancer candidate vaccine is formulated with a proprietary adjuvant system called AS04, containing aluminum hydroxide and monophosphoryl lipid A (MPL).
Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy of the oxy-aluminum composites suggested some modification of the wood matrix, especially for the sodium aluminate or aluminum hydroxide treatments.
Martinal aluminum hydroxide flame retardants for polymers with processing temperatures to 392 F; and Magnifin magnesium hydroxide flame retardants for thermoplastics and elastomers requiring higher process temperatures up to 644 F.
The group is hopeful of the commercialization of the platino-alumina agent as it uses inexpensive aluminum hydroxide as a raw material and is produced in a cost-efficient and simple freeze-dry process.
Iron, calcium carbonate, aluminum hydroxide, soy and perhaps fiber can interfere with its absorption.
Imports of toothpaste basic material, aluminum hydroxide rose from 96,233 tons in 1998 to 104,842 tons in 2002.
The advantage of an aluminum-free hepatitis A vaccine over current vaccines that rely upon aluminum hydroxide as an immunopotentiating adjuvant is markedly fewer adverse effects at the injection site.
Over- or underheating or improper mixing can generate toxic by-products such as lead oxide, aluminum hydroxide, mercury vapor, iodine, phosphine, and yellow phosphorus.