gold salt

gold salt

[′gōld ‚sȯlt]
(inorganic chemistry)
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One of the team, Zhichang Liu, mixed a sugar named alpha-cyclodextrin, which is derived from cornstarch, with dissolved gold salt in the hopes of creating some sort of three-dimensional cubic structure.
The addition of bulk metallic gold to Aqua Regia dissolves the gold and forms a gold salt, [AuCl.
If it isn't cash, I hope it's solid gold salt and pepper shakers.
The table is laden with metal accessories that make an elegant table setting as the brass plate chargers and brass angular napkin rings are offset by gold flatware and gold salt and pepper shakers.
1471) owned at least one valuable gold salt 'covered and made lyke a carle', and another was given to him in the 1440s by his uncle Humphrey, Duke of Gloucester (1391-1447), in the form of 'a man with a kendale hode .
The new bath from Dow Electronic Materials, which permits operation at low gold salt concentrations to reduce gold consumption in ENIG processes, was seen as the most innovative in the Final Finish category," said Mike Buetow, editor-in-chief of PCD&F.
This so-called gold salt is inexpensive and can be converted into relatively pure gold particles, says Buriak.
AUROLECTROLESS[TM] SMT 520 Immersion Gold provides a cost-effective solution that permits operation at low gold salt concentrations to reduce gold consumption in ENIG (Electroless Nickel Immersion Gold) processes.
CNCT's other two marketed products are Ridaura, an oral gold salt formulation for the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis (RA), and ACTIMMUNE, a formulation of the protein interferon (IFN) gamma-1b, approved for the treatment of chronic granulamatous disease (an inflammatory disease).
Ridaura is an oral formulation of a gold salt (auranofin).
Ridaura(R) is an oral formulation of a gold salt (auranofin).