gold chloride

gold chloride

[¦gōld ′klȯr‚īd]
(inorganic chemistry)
AuCl3 A red, soluble compound made by reaction of gold and chlorine or by reaction of HAuCl4 with chlorine; decomposes by heat; soluble in water, alcohol, and ether; used in photography, plating, inks, medicine, and ceramics.
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Limited Tenders are invited for Stains and gold chloride (list as per annexure-1)
In a paper2 describing current work, GMRs about 4x as large--100 nm x 30 nm--have been synthesized using CTAB and gold chloride trihydrate as the main ingredients.
When Magarvey deliberately snipped out the gene that makes delftibactin A, the bacteria died or struggled to survive exposure to gold chloride.
Kashefi starts with gold chloride, which is a useless and highly toxic chemical compound that no one paid much attention to before Kashefi.
A fine translucent porcelain body that has been bisque-fired can be dipped into a dilute solution of gold chloride and reheated to several hundred degrees centigrade in air; it will develop a rosy colour, which will persist if it is then fired in reduction.
Kashefi and his colleagues found the metal-tolerant bacteria Cupriavidus metallidurans can grow on massive concentrations of gold chloride -- or liquid gold, a toxic chemical compound found in nature.
Gold Chloride, sodium borohydride, O,O' bis (2 amino propyl) poly ethylene glycol (Mol Wt ~ 1900 abbreviated as DAPEG in the present study), were from Sigma Aldrich) and cholesterol from Himedia Laboratories, Mumbai, India.
The colour comes from the addition of gold chloride, or even copper oxide to molten glass in the glass manufacturing process.
The immersion of the PANI-viologen film (with the PANI in the LM state) into acidic gold chloride solution resulted in the reduction of Au[Cl.
For both appliances, if the patient needed gold's vibrational energy, the energy flow was routed through a jar containing a solution of gold chloride (or other substance as needed).
The scientists say that they have now identified two forms of activated carbon that do not destroy the gold chloride ion and can be stripped without destroying the carbon.