metal ratio

metal ratio

The ratio of the abundance of a metal to the abundance of hydrogen in a celestial body or system.
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This includes the analysis of precious metals works and bullion, their calibrations, their precious metal ratio, analysis of rocks and dust containing precious metals, determination of the precious metal ratio, analysis of the solutions containing precious metals, and the precious metal ratio.
The Altea does just that, featuring a side profile with the same 33:66 glass to metal ratio that features on so many sports cars.
Arcam AB (STO:ARCM), a supplier of Additive Manufacturing solutions for the production of metal components, announced on Wednesday that its high quality metal powder manufacturing subsidiary, AP&C, based in Montreal, Canada, has filed a strategic patent application that covers high-yield production of fine powder from reactive metals with a low gas to metal ratio and low gas pressure.
The determination of the environmental implication of trace element distribution in stream sediment of the Ijero study area was achieved using the following geochemical parameters: (i) Metal ratio (ii) Geo- accumulation index (iii) Cumulative metal enrichment (iv) Contamination factor and degree of contamination.
Similarly, the experimental ligand to metal ratio matches with theoretical ratio corresponding to 2:1 in case of Co (II) and Ni (II) [22].
Ontario's guidelines require that each field on which sludge fertilizer is to be spread must be approved and monitored to ensure the mandated nitrogen to heavy metal ratio is not exceeded.
The orientation and geological significance of the zone are unclear but the high silver to base metal ratio is very favourable.
Sand to Metal Ratio Sand Temp (F) Recommendation 4:1 395 No moisture left for evaporative 5:1 308 cooling; water addition required.
The ICP (Inductively Coupled Plasma-optical Emission Spectroscopy ICP-OES; Spectro Genesis, Germany) analysis of the lake water revealed medium and low levels of heavy metal ratios.
In addition, the intersection of potentially ore-grade gold-copper-silver-molybdenum is at relatively typical metal ratios analogous to polymetallic porphyry style deposits elsewhere in the world, and are recognised for the first time here in the Tanami Region.
The metal ratios such as Na/K and Mg/Ca varied widely among the habitats as well as among the soil layers and are presented in Fig.