cadmium chloride


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cadmium chloride

[′kad·mē·əm ′klȯr‚īd]
(inorganic chemistry)
CdCl2 A cadmium halide in the form of colorless crystals, soluble in water, methanol, and ethanol; used in photography, in dyeing and calico printing, and as a solution to precipitate sulfides.
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Cadmium chloride was purchased from (BDH Analar Chemical Industry).
It was found that under high dose of cadmium chloride (0.0004 g Cd/0.04 ml) the rigorous degenerative alterations in the hepatic cords and disruption in the sequence of cells around the blood vessels was observed in liver of Larus argentatus.
Three days after the passage, the salts of heavy metals (lead diacetate, cadmium chloride, cobalt chloride, and ammonium molybdate) and protective substances (carnosine, mexidol, EDTA and N-acetyl cysteine) were added simultaneously (4 wells per each group).
Group IV: pretreated with the extract (100 mg/kg/bw) for 10 days and then cadmium chloride (10 mg/kg/bw) orally for 1 day.
These results were in agreement with that reported by [29], they found that, the nephrotoxicity of cadmium chloride caused a decrease in the kidney weight.
Different concentrations of 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 40 [micro]M/kg of cadmium chloride were dissolved in normal saline and administrated intraperitoneally.
Scientists have discovered that they can use magnesium chloride in place of cadmium chloride. This is a major advantage, as magnesium chloride is low-cost and completely harmless; it can simply be extracted from sea water and in some countries is already used to de-ice roads in winter.
It also extracted from sea water and so is a small fraction of the price of cadmium chloride.
Comparison of renal toxicity after long-term oral administration of cadmium chloride and cadmium-metallothionein in rats.
The treatments were Cd (2.5 mg Cd [kg.sup.-1] soil as cadmium chloride) and As (5.0 mg As [kg.sup.-1] soil in the form of arsenate ([Na.sub.2]HAs[O.sub.4].7[H.sub.2]O, 7[H.sub.2]O)).
In our study we have chosen poly vinyl alcohol (PVA) as a host polymer doped with cadmium chloride (Cd[Cl.sub.2]) for preparing polymer electrolytes.