cadmium oxide


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cadmium oxide

[′kad·mē·əm ′äk‚sīd]
(inorganic chemistry)
CdO In the cubic form, a brown, amorphous powder, insoluble in water, soluble in acids and ammonia salts; used for cadmium plating baths and in the manufacture of paint pigments.
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Dimethylcadmium, however, requires a fairly large footprint of a spill before its natural oxidation in air generates enough heat to hit autoignition, and when it does, assuming you survived the blast, the combustion byproduct of cadmium oxide dispersed through the air in a haze is almost as bad as the dimethyl.
Fluorine has a positive effect on optical and electrical properties of cadmium oxide, and it decreases the resistance while increases conductivity.
A conventional three electrode cell was employed throughout the experiments, with bare or cadmium oxide nanoparticles modified carbon paste electrode (3.
In both humans and animals, mild to moderate pulmonary fibrosis has been documented with chronic inhalation exposure to cadmium oxide and cadmium sulfide (ATSDR 1999).
When you solder, that cadmium vaporizes into fine cadmium oxide fume, which is easily inhaled.
Tenders are invited for A Two Way Centre Off Change Over Switch, Mcb Type Of 25A Capacity With Double Break Contacts, Shrouded Terminals And The Contact Tips Shall Be Made Of Silver Cadmium Oxide, With Overload And Short Circuit Protection.