strontium chloride


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strontium chloride

[′strän·tē·əm ′klȯr‚īd]
(inorganic chemistry)
SrCl2 Water- and alcohol-soluble white crystals, melts at 872°C; used in medicine and pyrotechnics and to make strontium salts.
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One of the strontium compounds, Strontium ranelate, is a mixture of strontium chloride (Sr[Cl.
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recently demonstrated that oral strontium chloride hexahydrate (40 mg/kg and 160 mg/kg) suppressed serum TNF-alpha levels and had comparable therapeutic efficiency when compared with prednisolone in a rat ulcerative colitis model [21].
Efficacy of a commercial dentifrice containing 2% strontium chloride and 5% potassium nitrate for dentin hypersensitivity: a 3-day clinical study in adults in China.
Group Toothpaste Active ingredients FT Colgate Tripla Sodium monofluorophosphate Acao[R] (1500 ppm fluoride), calcium carbonate, sodium silicate, sodium bicarbonate SCT Sensodyne 10% strontium chloride Original[R] hexahydrate, silica, titanium dioxide, calcium carbonate PCT Colgate 5.
3] sol, which confirms that the stability of the sol is maintained when a solution of strontium chloride is added into [TiO.
Titanium isopropoxide and strontium chloride were used as titanium and strontium precursors, whereas HPC was used as a PFA.
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Within the diversity of markers, calcein, alizarin red and strontium chloride have been proven to be suitable for molluscs (Day et al.