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amalgamator

[ə′mal·gə‚mād·ər]
(metallurgy)
A device for bringing pulverized ore into contact with mercury to form an amalgam from which the metal is subsequently recovered.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The sum had been earmarked to pay back a portion of the amalgamator guild's debt, incurred through restoring the Huancavelica mercury mines.
"If there ever was such a thing in white eyes as the ethical amalgamator, Thomas Jefferson was the prototype," Rothman argues.
Olive Oil Infused Beauty Bar Innospec Performance Chemicals 888-633-8028 Email: americas-pc@innospecinc.com Website: www.innospecinc.com INGREDIENTS WT% Phase A Pureact SNDT LO (Innospec) 85.00 (Sodium cocoyl isethionate (and) stearic acid (and) coconut fatty acid (and) sodium isethionate (and) ethylene/VA copolymer (and) water (and) titanium dioxide) Phase B Soap (80/20 Soap Blend) 10.00 Phase C Pureact WS Cone (Innospec) 1.00 (Sodium methyl cocoyl taurate) Phase D Olive oil 3.00 Phase E Tetrasodium etidronate 0.50 Phase F Havanna Sunset (Arylessence, Inc.) 0.50 PROCEDURE: Stepwise add all components to amalgamator and mix well.
The place had some structural flaws such as inadequate dimensioning of rooms, windows and doors constantly closed; the amalgamator placed next to a heat source, thus favouring mercury vapour emissions.
Most readily available statistics have been garnered by data amalgamators and are, at best, rough estimates.