pentoxide


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pentoxide

[pen′täk‚sīd]
(inorganic chemistry)
A compound that is binary and has five atoms of oxygen; for example, phosphorus pentoxide, P2O5.
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Ironstone, in conjunction with HATCH, has developed an enhanced direct reduced iron and segregation technology, originally developed on a lab scale by the Alberta Research Council, for beneficiating ubiquitous oolitic ironstones into iron metallics and extracting by-products such as vanadium pentoxide and other economic minerals.
5]) and no soluble ions, In the range between the dashed lines where water is stable, the lowest energy state for Nb atoms is as ions in the pentoxide.
Ortho phosphoric acid (85%), triethyl phosphate, and phosphorous pentoxide were received from Wako Chemicals.
Also Nyacol nanosized dispersions of antimony pentoxide in water or organic liquid.
Several methods have been published as means to remove trialkylarsines from gas streams including contacting the natural gas with a solid adsorbent comprised of vanadium pentoxide (VO).
For the reduction of 1 mole of niobium pentoxide 200 kg of Ca were taken, which is equivalent to 90 kg of Al.
3], complete recovery of vanadium from the iron-vanadium concentrate up to ferrovanadium constitutes less than 50 %, whereby the highest losses occur at the stage of recovery from the vanadium slag of vanadium pentoxide.
For example greens were achieved with chrome and copper oxides, blues with cobalt oxides, browns and rusty reds with iron oxides, browns and tans with manganese, nickel and rutile, blacks with saturated copper and manganese oxides and yellows with vanadium pentoxide.
Volume 86 focuses on cobalt in hard-metals and cobalt sulfate, gallium arsenide, indium phosphide, and vanadium pentoxide (IARC, in press a) In our article (Siemiatycki et al.
This involves the use of a vanadium pentoxide catalyst, which converts the sulphur dioxide to sulphur trioxide, which is then subsequently condensed to form highly concentrated sulphuric acid (97-98%).
Copper oxide, chromium trioxide, and arsenic pentoxide retention in the flakeboard samples is shown in Table 2.
Over 60 drums of arsenic pentoxide were lost overboard from an Ethiopian cargo ship in a North Sea storm last month.