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ferrum

[′fer·əm]
(chemistry)
Latin term for iron; derivation of the symbol Fe.
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Thomas is professor of environmental sciences and biology at Ferrum College.
In Ferrum Forge's case, their parts are outsourced to some of the finest aero-space-grade machine shops in San Diego, capable of holding tolerances unattainable by the human hand.
Among various kinds of anions, phosphate and sulfate radical have great effects on iron ion hydrolysis (17), they could replace some of the hydroxyls combining with iron ions to form Ferrum oxydatum phosphate, Schwertmannite and other substances.
It has its own separate bar area and is the only one in Ferrum to offer mixed drinks.
Remedies: Agaricus, Anacardiium, Anhalonium, Argentum Nitricum, Arsenicum Album, Asarum, Baryta Arsenica, Beilis Perenis, Calcarea Arsenica, Calcarea Nitrica, Causticum, Conium, Ferrum Arsenicum, Ignatia, Kali Arsenicum, Kali Nitricum, Natrum Arsenicum, Nitricum Acidumk Opium, Physostigma, Ruta, Sabina, Staphysagria, Tabaacum Viola Odorata.
Treatment at the clinic of OME and recurrent AOM consists of constitutional homoeopathic treatment, as well as a standard tissue salt preparation of Ferrum phosphoricum 3x and Kali muriaticum 3x (known as Earmix).
Ferrum College in Virginia (see "Held Accountable," page 40) is the only institution not in either category.
In Virginia, Ferrum College owns and operates the country streetscape-style Ferrum Mercantile, which opened in May 2014 at a cost of $800,000.
General notion about abovementioned oxidizing systems' action mechanisms is generation high-reactive hydrogen peroxide or hydroxide radicals from hydrogen peroxide, influenced by ferrum ions [1, 2].
The grey forest soil subtype of Perm Krai forest-steppe is characterized by accumulation of organic matter and cindery elements in the upper horizon, clear eluvial-illuvial differentiation of profile according to silt, ferrum oxides, and aluminium.
Latin forms: ferrum, meaning iron; ferratus, meaning iron-shod)"
Major Swiss textile machinery manufacturers are Mettler Toledo, Graf, Forbo, Polytex, Itema, Burchardt Compression, Man Diesel and Turbo, Ferrum AG, Strahm, Steinemann, Hunziker, Willy Grob, Rieter, Uster Technologies, Staubli, Jossi Systems Ltd, Xorella AG, Habasit AG, Santex AG, SSM AG, Rotorcraft AG, Cavitec AG and Crealet and most of them were represented by their Pakistani business partners.