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2218 aluminium alloy

2218 aluminium alloy is an alloy in the wrought aluminium-copper family. It is one of the most complex grades in the 2000 series, with at least 88.4% aluminium by weight. Unlike most other aluminium-copper alloys, 2218 is a high work-ability allo ...

                                               

Phenylsodium

Phenylsodium C 6 H 5 Na is an organosodium compound. Solid phenylsodium was first isolated by Nef in 1903. Although the behavior of phenylsodium and phenyl magnesium bromide are similar, the organosodium compound is very rarely used.

                                               

Acrylic

Derived from acrylic acid, chemical compounds that contain the acryloyl group, for example Acrylate polymer or acrylic polymer, a group of polymers plastics noted for transparency and elasticity Polymethyl methacrylate, AKA acrylic, acrylic glass ...

                                               

Steeplejack (Marvel Comics)

The first Steeplejack, Jake Mallard, appeared in Luke Cage, Power Man #18 April 1974, and was created by Len Wein and George Tuska. Maxwell Plumm first appeared in Luke Cage, Power Man #18 April 1974, and was created by Len Wein and George Tuska. ...

                                               

Lewisite 2

Lewisite 2 is an organoarsenic chemical weapon like lewisite 1 and lewisite 3 first synthesized in 1904 by Julius Arthur Nieuwland. It is usually found as a mixture of 2-chlorovinylarsonous dichloride as well as bis arsinous chloride and trisarsi ...

                                               

Lewisite 3

Lewisite 3 is an organoarsenic chemical weapon like lewisite 1 and lewisite 2 first synthesized in 1904 by Julius Arthur Nieuwland. It is usually found as a mixture of 2-chlorovinylarsonous dichloride as well as bis arsinous chloride and trisarsi ...

                                               

Amphetamine (disambiguation)

Amphetamine is a stimulant drug. Amphetamine may also refer to: Levoamphetamine levamfetamine, L -amphetamine), the drug’s levorotatory enantiomer Lisdexamfetamine, a prodrug of dextroamphetamine marketed under the brand name Vyvanse Substituted ...

                                               

Optimal Tip-to-Tip Efficiency

Optimal Tip-to-Tip Efficiency is the eighth and final episode of the first season of the American television comedy series Silicon Valley. The episode was written by Alec Berg and directed by series co-creator Mike Judge, and originally aired on ...

                                               

Heart Full of Rage

Heart Full of Rage is the debut studio album by American rapper Tyla Yaweh. It was released on February 22, 2019, and was preceded by the singles "Drugs and Pain", "Gemini", and "She Bad".

                                               

Calor

Calor is the Latin word for "heat, warmth, glow, ardour". Calor may refer to: the Latin name of two Italian rivers, see Calor River As a technical term in thermodynamics, the transfer of thermal energy, see Heat The Calore Irpino or Calore Beneve ...

                                               

P. indica

P. indica may refer to: Potentilla indica, the mock strawberry or Indian strawberry, a plant species Pseudomonas indica, a Gram-negative, butane-using bacterium species first isolated in India Paravalsa indica, a fungus species Pulvinaria indica, ...

                                               

Hexamethylenediimine

Hexamethylenediimine is the organic compound with the formula H 2 CN 6 NCH 2. The molecule is a diimine, consisting of a hexamethylene hydrocarbon chain terminated with imine functional groups. It is the result of the imine Formation, or alkylimi ...

                                               

Fluorite structure

In solid state chemistry, the fluorite structure refers to a common motif for compounds with the formula MX 2. The X ions occupy the eight tetrahedral interstitial sites whereas M ions occupy the regular sites of a face-centered cubic structure. ...

                                               

Cyameluric acid

Cyameluric acid or 2.5.8-trihydroxy- s -heptazine is a chemical compound with formula C 6 N 7 O 3 H 3, usually described as a heptazine molecule with the hydrogen atoms replaced by hydroxyl groups –OH ; or any of its tautomers. The substance exis ...

                                               

B12 (disambiguation)

Vitamin B 12 is a water-soluble vitamin with a key role in the normal functioning of the brain and nervous system, and for the formation of blood. B12 or B-12 may also refer to:

                                               

Uncompahgre Formation

The Uncompahgre Formation is a geologic formation in Colorado. Its radiometric age is between 1707 and 1704 Ma, corresponding to the Statherian period.

                                               

San Miguel gneiss

The San Miguel gneiss is a Paleoproterozoic pluton in northern New Mexico. It has a radiometric age of 1.695 billion years, corresponding to the Statherian period.

                                               

Joaquin quartz monzonite

The Joaquin quartz monzonite is a Mesoproterozoic pluton in northern New Mexico. Radiometric dating gives it an age of 1460 million years, corresponding to the Calymmian period.

                                               

Bimetallic nanoparticle

A bimetallic nanoparticle is a combination of two different metals that exhibit several new and improved properties. Bimetallic nano materials can be in the form of alloys, core-shell, or contact aggregate. Due to their novel properties, they hav ...

                                               

SEGPHOS

SEGPHOS is a chiral ligand developed by Takasago that is used in asymmetric synthesis. It was developed after BINAP and was investigated since it has a narrower dihedral angle between the aromatic faces. This was predicted and then confirmed to i ...

                                               

Gadolinium(III) fluoride

GadoliniumIII fluoride can be produced by heating gadolinium oxide and ammonium bifluoride, and the reaction have two steps: Gd 2 O 3 + 6 NH 4 HF 2 → 2 NH 4 GdF 4 + 4 NH 4 F + 3 H 2 O NH 4 GdF 4 → GdF 3 + NH 3 + HF Gadolinium chloride react with ...

                                               

Sulfur isotope biogeochemistry

Sulfur isotope biogeochemistry is the study of the distribution of sulfur stable isotopes in biological and geological materials. In addition to its common isotope, 32 S, sulfur has three rare stable isotopes: 34 S, 36 S, and 33 S. The distributi ...

                                               

Tris(acetylacetonato)cobalt(III)

Triscobalt is the coordination complex with the formula Co 3. It is a green, diamagnetic solid that is soluble in organic solvents, but not in water. It is prepared by the reaction of cobalt carbonate and acetylacetone in the presence of hydrogen ...

                                               

Cyclooctadiene iridium methoxide dimer

Cyclooctadiene iridium methoxide dimer is an organoiridium compound with the formula Ir 2 2, where C 8 H 12 is the diene 1.5-cyclooctadiene. It is an yellow solid that is soluble in organic solvents. The complex is used as a precursor to other ir ...

                                               

Depletion

Overdrafting, extracting groundwater beyond the equilibrium yield of an aquifer Gas depletion, decline of oil supply Ozone depletion, a decline in the total amount of ozone in Earths pannekok Oil depletion, decline of oil supply

                                               

Diphenylcarbazide

1.5-Diphenylcarbazide is a chemical compound from the group of the carbazides. It has a structural formula similar to that of diphenylcarbazone and can be easily converted into it by oxidation.

                                               

Polymer classes

Polymer classes include: Rubber Vinyl polymer Inorganic polymer Conductive polymer Polyanhydrides Silicone Silicone rubber Synthetic rubber Polyester Fluoropolymer Biopolymer Polyketone Copolymer Organic polymer Gutta-percha Polyterpene Superabso ...

                                               

Oleo

Oleo is a term for oils. It is commonly used to refer to a variety of things: Oleic acid Colloquial term for margarine, a.k.a. oleomargarine not just vegetable fats but can be tallow Oleo Grant Green album, a 1962 album featuring the above compos ...

                                               

Deepwater

Deepwater, a novel by Matthew F. Jones published in 1999 Deepwater film, a 2005 neo-noir film based on the novel Deepwater trilogy, a series of novels by Ken Catran

                                               

Seam

Seam metallurgy, a metalworking process the joins the ends of two sheet metal edges Sun Enterprise Authentication Mechanism, or SEAM, an implementation of Kerberos protocol for the Solaris operating system Can seamer, a machine used to seal a lid ...

                                               

Bhovi

The word bhovi is thought to derived from Sanskrit word bhaavi. Some of the southern Indian languages has similar word. Bhovi is digged around 500-600 feet in a cylindrical shape. There can be additional borewell from the bottom till it hits the ...

                                               

5E

5E or 5-E can refer to: 5e, a type of Category 5 cable 5E, the production code for the 1978–79 Doctor Who serial The Power of Kroll Tropical Depression Five-E 2008 Astra 5°E, a communications satellite 5°E, or 5th meridian east, a longitude coord ...

                                               

Relay (disambiguation)

Relay league, a chain of message-forwarding stations Relay station, a place where exhausted horses being used for transport could be exchanged for fresh ones Cursus publicus, a courier service in the Roman Empire

                                               

OSCAR 8

OSCAR 8 is an American amateur radio satellite. It was developed and built by radio amateurs of the AMSAT and launched on March 5, 1978 as a secondary payload together with the earth observation satellite Landsat 3 from Vandenberg Air Force Base, ...

                                               

AM1

AM1, AM-1, or variation, may refer to: AM1 may refer to: Austin Model 1, a model used in quantum physics British Rail Class AM1, a class of electric multiple unit train Socket AM1, a CPU socket from AMD for APUs with an integrated chipset Air mas ...

                                               

XCO2

X CO2 is the column-averaged of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, represented in parts per million. Rather than taking a single observation at the surface, an integration of atmospheric CO 2 above a specific location is observed. The X refers to ...

                                               

Exolaunch

Exolaunch GmbH is a German launch services, mission management, and deployment systems provider based in Berlin, Germany. The companys main focus is the deployment of small satellites, ranging from CubeSats to microsatellites.

                                               

Duple Viceroy

The Duple Viceroy was a type of coach bodywork built by Duple between 1966 and 1972. It was initially launched on lightweight front-engined chassis, but it was latterly built on mid-engined and heavyweight chassis as well. A variant of the Vicero ...

                                               

L14

L.14, a German naval Zeppelin of the World War 1 L14, the pennant number of INS Ghorpad, a now decommissioned amphibious warfare vessel of the Indian Navy L14, the pennant number of HMS Beaufort, a World War 2, Royal Navy destroyer HMS L14, a Uni ...

                                               

N15

N15 may refer to Nissan Almera car N15 Long Island bus, New York N15, a postcode district in the N postcode area of London NBR A Class, LNER Classes N14 and N15 LSWR N15 Class steam locomotive N15, a Subaru Impreza turbo-charged Roads Nebraska Hi ...

                                               

Sceptre (disambiguation)

Sceptre imprint, an imprint of Hodder & Stoughton Scepter of Goth, early multiplayer game

                                               

Fortschritt E 514

The Fortschritt E 514 is a self-propelled combine harvester, that was made by the East-German manufacturer VEB Mahdrescherwerk Bischofswerda/Singwitz in Singwitz, and sold under the Fortschritt brand. It is the successor to the Fortschritt E 512, ...

                                               

Fortschritt E 510

The Fortschritt E 510 was a self-propelled combine harvester, developed in the early 1960s by the East-German Fortschritt combine. It was a heavy modification of its predecessor, the Fortschritt E 170 series. Several E 510 combines were made for ...

                                               

XB1

Buell XB1, a motorcycle by Buell Motorcycle Company XB-1 Baby Boom, an American supersonic aircraft by Boom Technology Huff-Daland XB-1, or Keystone XB-1, a prototype bomber aircraft built for the United States Army Air Corps Engineering Division ...

                                               

Rotary engine (disambiguation)

A rotary engine is a type of internal combustion piston engine used in some early aircraft, motorcycles, and cars. Virtually the whole engine rotates about a fixed crankshaft. Rotary engine may also refer to: Windmill, a rotary engine that extrac ...

                                               

0S

0S or 0-S may refer to: 0 section, or zero section, a type of section in a Vector bundle 0s, the short decade from January 1, 1 AD to December 31, 9 AD. 0 set, or zero set, a concept in mathematics 1st millennium, the short millennium from Januar ...

                                               

Z4

The term/code Z4 has several uses, including the following: Z4 computer, the first computer in the world to actually be sold in 1950 Sony Xperia Z4, a smartphone German destroyer Z4 Richard Beitzen Z-4, U.S. Army designation for Hybrid Air Vehicl ...

                                               

550 (disambiguation)

550 may refer to: 550 Broad Street, an office building in Newark, New Jersey in the United States Ferrari 550 Maranello, an automobile produced by Ferrari Kawasaki JS550, a jet ski, produced by Kawasaki Motors BMW M550d, an automobile produced by ...

                                               

003

003, O03, 0O3, OO3 may refer to: "003", fictional British 00 Agent 003, a class in the Dewey Decimal System for systems 003 album, by Dorde Balasevic O03 Morganville Airport, see List of airports in Pennsylvania Tyrrell 003, 1971 Formula One seas ...

                                               

Morgan Plus Six

After the Morgan Plus 8 was discontinued in 2018, Morgan presented the successor model, the Plus Six, based on a new glued aluminum platform at the 89th Geneva Motor Show in March 2019. Compared to the old platform, the torsional rigidity is incr ...