amalgamator


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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.
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If there ever was such a thing in white eyes as the ethical amalgamator, Thomas Jefferson was the prototype," Rothman argues.
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.
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