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natron

[′nā·trən]
(mineralogy)
Na2CO3·10H2O A white, yellow, or gray mineral that crystallizes in the monoclinic system, is soluble in water, and generally occurs in solution or in saline residues.
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Scenario 6: Originally called "Trial 6 Jasper Natron," the Glenwood area is moved to the Springfield District, the Harlow area is moved to the North Eugene District and the Springfield District extends into Marcola, up the McKenzie River and into Jasper Natron.
While it may be paradise for haloarchaea, many creatures can't survive in such alkaline waters -- but animals whose bodies are adapted to such pH levels also inhabit the lake, meaning Lake Natron is far from barren.
It follows that glass produced with either Belus or Volturno sand as network former and natron as flux is practically indistinguishable from the oxygen isotopic point of view.
from an employee at Natron, also commonly known as Jasper Mill, reporting there was an armed man shooting in the parking lot.
It was then on to Enchorro Naibor where we all met up again to spend the night on the edge of the world looking out over Lakes Natron and Magadi and the mountains of Shompole and Oldoinyo Sampu.
| CAIRO, Jan 28 (KUNA) -- The trial session of deposed Egyptian president Mohammad Morsi and Muslim Brotherhood leaders accused in relation to the break ins into prisons in Wadi Natron kicked off Tuesday amid tight security measures at the Police Academy in Cairo.
Five tenders for the construction of 23 residential buildings comprising 540 housing units at Wadi El Natron. Bidders need be classified by the Contractors Federation not less than for building works.
The Egyptians used a chemical called 'natron', a naturally occurring mixture of sodium salts.
Wellington, Oct 03 ( ANI ): Tanzania's lethal lake Natron turns any animal that touches it into stone, it has been revealed.
The white patterns in the ice are formed by air bubbles and cracks: ABOVE RIGHT: salt marshes on the southern bank of Lake Natron, Tanzania.
The so-called "breakers of the dead", the morticians who did the embalming, entered the corpse through its side, took out the vital organs which were put into sealed jars, and refilled the body with dry natron. Once the corpse had dried out, it was re-filled with linen and sawdust or dried silt from the Nile, the dried eyeballs being replaced with small onions.
Among them are plywood panel maker Natron Wood Products and fiber-based insulation maker Roxul Inc.