nickel acetate

nickel acetate

[′nik·əl ′as·ə‚tāt]
(organic chemistry)
Ni(OOCCH3)2·4H2O Efflorescent green crystals that decompose upon heating; soluble in alcohol and water; used as textile dyeing mordant.
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The front cap, the least-stressed part of a suppressor, is made of 6061, but it is turned from bar stock, and both it and the tube are given the proper Type III hardcoat anodizing, and finished with the same nickel acetate sealant that your properly-made AR receivers get.
249g) of nickel acetate and weighed were carefully into a mortar.
50] for the more soluble nickel sulphate and nickel acetate ranged from 39 to 141 mg Ni/kg b wt in rats and mice (40).
Renal tubular degeneration was reported for rats receiving dietary nickel acetate (0.
The Rocky Mountain Water Environment Association cited Lexmark's elimination of nickel acetate in the production of laser printer photoconductor cores.