bone ash


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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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RECYCLED: eco-friendly bricks made from the bone ash of cows
Nonetheless, the homogenization protocol was validated against NIST SRM 1400 bone ash.
Besides, dietary silicon increased the percentage of bone ash and calcium content in the tibia of rats when they were fed a low Ca diet rather than a high Ca diet (Carlisle, 1986).
Bone ash P and Ca content was determined as described above.
After removing left tibias for determination of bone ash and mineral content, right tibias were excised from the fresh carcasses and all flesh was removed.
Degree of maturation of bones for bone ash determination at the age investigated is an important factor as it's important to ensure that bone selected is still growing and mineralising to likelihood of detecting differences between treatments (Karimi et al.
Influence of phytase dose on 21/d body weight gain, feed intake (FI), feed conversion ratio (FCR) and bone ash content of broiler chickens fed corn/soybean diets Items PC Phytase (FTU/kg) 0 (1) 250 500 Performance Body weight 639 (ab) 537 (c) 587 (bc) 598 (ab) gain (g) FI (g) 895 (a) 793 (b) 850 (ab) 868 (a) FCR (g/g) 1.
Oneida will also offer several new 16-piece sets of decorated porcelain or porcelain and bone ash dinnerware, arranged into three tiers based on price point ($39.
The bone was ground and kept (50 mg) in muffle furnace (700[degrees]C) for 8 h to obtain bone ash, which was weigthed (BMC/50 mg), while BMD (g/[cm.
Well, in England during the 1750s someone somehow discovered that adding bone ash - burnt animal bones - to the porcelain mix before firing in the kiln produced a much more durable end product.
Like early Sevres porcelain, Nantgarw was a soft paste, or artificial porcelain, containing more glassy ingredients like bone ash, sand and potash than clay.