thorium nitrate

thorium nitrate

[′thȯr·ē·əm ′nī‚trāt]
(inorganic chemistry)
Th(NO3)4·4H2O Explosive white crystals soluble in water and alcohol, strong oxidizer; the anhydrous form decomposes at 500°C; used in medicine and as an analytical reagent.
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Uranyl Nitrate and Thorium Nitrate were both being held in the redundant bonded source store.
Tenders are invited for Supply of ss 316 crystallizer tank for thorium nitrate solution
For ethyl alcohol to burn brightly as in commercial alcohol lamps, it has to use the Welzbach incandescent mantle, a cotton packet impregnated with 95 percent thorium nitrate and 1 percent cerium nitrate.
1000 mg/l stock solution of thorium was prepared by dissolving known weight of thorium nitrate Th[(N[O.
Th-ING: Thorium Is Now Green technology begins with thorium nitrate, which is reacted with aqueous hydrochloric acid under mild conditions.
He tried many substances that would glow at high heat without melting and finally found that if he impregnated a cylindrical fabric with thorium nitrate, to which a small amount of cerium nitrate (a compound of one of the rare earth elements) had been added, he would obtain a brilliant white glow in a gas flame.
A simple process exists to convert Thorium Nitrate into Thorium Oxide (ThO2), which can be used to power Thorium-Cycle nuclear reactors.
Limited Tenders are invited for E Tender For Ss 316 Crystallizer Tank For Thorium Nitrate Solution As Per The Technical Specifications And Drawing Attached.
BE) and its team have begun processing radioactive thorium nitrate at U.
The contract is the first phase of a multi-phase project to treat radioactive thorium nitrate that was accumulated for Defense purposes and is currently in storage.
The radioactive thorium nitrate was accumulated for defense purposes and is currently in storage.
of radioactive Thorium Nitrate stored at the DOE's Fernald facility.