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bone ash

[′bōn ‚ash]
(chemistry)
A white ash consisting primarily of tribasic calcium phosphate obtained by burning bones in air; used in cleaning jewelry and in some pottery.
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Dietary calcium, phosphorus, and phytase effects on bird performance, intestinal morphology, mineral digestibility, and bone ash during a natural necrotic enteritis episode.
Commercially available dicalcium Phosphate (DCP), monocalcium phosphate (MCP), deflourinated rock phosphate and bone ash are added in poultry diet to ensure that adequate phosphorus is available to meet P and Ca requirement of birds.
Keeping other conditions same, Aluminium alloy with varying percentage of Chicken Bone Ash in a cast conditions were assessed for wear resistance.
Investigating bone parameters of this dietary proves the less amount of bone ash.
TABLA VI ECUACIONES DE REGRESION ENTRE INGESTA DE FOSFORO INORGANICO ANADIDO A LA DIETA DE REFERENCIA Y EL CONSUMO DE LAS DIETAS DE TRIGO, MAIZ Y SORGO Y, EL CONTENIDO DE CENIZAS DEL HUESO / EQUATIONS REGRESSIONS BETWEEN INORGANIC PHOSPHORUS INTAKE ADDED TO THE REFERENCES DIETS AND FEED INTAKE OF WHEAT, CORN AND SORGHUM AND, BONE ASH CONTENT Variables (1) Y = a + bX R Dieta referencia Y = 340,52 + 16,732X 0,94 * Trigo Y = -16187,0 + 14,781X 0,95 * Maiz Y = -7192,1 + 12,075X 0,79 * Sorgo Y = -3991,1 + 9,199X 0,97 * (1) Y = Variable dependiente (Ceniza, mg).
The company incinerates the remains of about 440 cows a week at plants in Harmer Hill, Shropshire, and Langar, Nottinghamshire, leaving behind 1,000 tonnes of bone ash a year which, until now, was disposed of in costly landfill sites.
This leaves behind about 1,000 tonnes of bone ash a year which has to be disposed of in costly landfill sites.
Accuracy has previously been established to be > 1% on the basis of analyses of NIST SRM 1400 bone ash (9.
Bone ash, steamed bone meal and bone charcoal can be seen as having no link to the disease, according to a team of technology experts within the ministry, ministry officials said.
Some glaze formulas or recipes also use volcanic ash or even bone ash.
The addition of bone ash - and using an even higher firing temperature - is what distinguishes bone china.
All mean values were within reported normal values of 1-8 ng/mg bone ash when performed by electrothermal atomic absorption spectrometry [3-5].