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HGF

HGF may refer to: Hepatocyte growth factor, a paracrine cellular growth, motility and morphogenic factor Human Growth Foundation, an American patients organization MercuryIV fluoride HgF, HgF4, is the first mercury compound to be discovered with ...

                                               

Bis(pentafluorophenyl)xenon

Bispentafluorophenylxenon is a molecular substance. In the solid form it crystallises in the monoclinic system with space group P 2 1 / n. The unit cell has four molecules with a=13.635 Å b=8.248 Å c=11.511 Å, β =102.624°. Unit cell volume is 126 ...

                                               

Organopolonium chemistry

Organopolonium chemistry describes the synthesis and properties of chemical compounds containing a carbon to polonium chemical bond. As polonium is a highly radioactive element, organopolonium chemistry is mostly unexplored, and what is known is ...

                                               

Sodium hydroselenide

Sodium hydroselenide can be made by reducing selenium with sodium borohydride: Se + NaBH 4 → NaSeH + BH 3 g Alternatively it can be made from sodium ethoxide exposed to hydrogen selenide: NaOEt + H 2 Se → NaSeH + HOEt Sodium hydroselenide is not ...

                                               

Potassium telluride

Potassium telluride is an inorganic compound with a chemical formula K 2 Te. It is formed from potassium and tellurium, making it a telluride. Potassium telluride is a white powder. Like rubidium telluride and caesium telluride, it can be used as ...

                                               

Californium(III) chloride

Californium chloride is an inorganic compound with a chemical formula CfCl 3. Like in californium oxide and other californium halides, including californium fluoride and iodide, the californium atom has an oxidation state of +3.

                                               

List of copper salts

Copper is a chemical element with the symbol Cu and the atomic number of 29. It is easily recognisable, due to its distinct red-orange color. Copper also has a range of different organic and inorganic salts, having varying oxidation states rangin ...

                                               

Metalization

Metalization may refer to one of a number of different processes: Thermal spraying melted or heated materials are sprayed onto a surface. Vacuum metallizing the metallic coating of an object takes place in a vacuum chamber. Metallizing also metal ...

                                               

Walloon forge

A Walloon forge or Walloon process is a type of finery forge that decarbonizes pig iron into wrought iron. The process was conceived in the Liege region, and from there extended to France, then England around the end of the 15th century. Louis de ...

                                               

Vega flight VV10

The payload, OPTSAT-3000 and Venµs, and their adapters and dispensers, were approximately 982 kilograms 2.165 lb in total mass. OPTSAT-3000 is a high-resolution electro-optical imagery intelligence satellite for the Italian Ministry of Defence. I ...

                                               

Shamima K Choudhury

Shamima K Choudhury is a Bangladeshi physicist, academician, researcher, and women-in-science advocate. She retired as a selection grade Professor from the Department of Physics, University of Dhaka on 30 June 2016 after 44 years of teaching and ...

                                               

Superstructure (disambiguation)

A superstructure is an upward extension of an existing structure above a baseline, in civil and naval engineering. Superstructure may also refer to: A universe mathematics obtained from a set by taking the power set countably many times. A struct ...

                                               

Piriform

Piriform, sometimes pyriform, means pear-shaped. Piriform may refer to: Piriform company, a software company Piriform, in hydrostatic equilibrium

                                               

Static stability

Static stability is the ability of a robot to remain upright when at rest, or under acceleration and deceleration Static stability may also refer to: In aircraft or missiles: Static margin - a concept used to characterize the static stability and ...

                                               

DH4 IRAN

The rail units delivered by Siemens AG and employed by the operator RAJA consist of multiple-units being composed of three different car types. These cars can be coupled up to a train set length of eight cars. The minimum configuration consists o ...

                                               

Condensate

Condensate may refer to: The product of a chemical condensation reaction, other than water The liquid phase produced by the condensation of steam or any other gas Condensate album, a 2011 album by The Original 7ven, the band formerly known as The ...

                                               

Phthia (disambiguation)

Phthia was a region in ancient Greece; the home of the mythical Myrmidons It can also refer to: Phthia, mother of Dorus, Laodocus and Polypoetes by Apollo Phthia or Clytia, concubine of Amyntor Phthia, daughter of Phoroneus Phthia, one of the Nio ...

                                               

(163348) 2002 NN4

2002 NN 4 is a dark, sub-kilometer near-Earth object and potentially hazardous asteroid of the Aten group that flew by Earth on 6 June 2020. The highly elongated X-type asteroid has a rotation period of 14.5 hours and measures approximately 0.7 k ...

                                               

School of Environmental Studies

School of Environmental Studies may refer to: York University Faculty of Environmental Studies School of Environmental Studies Delhi University Queens School of Environmental Studies, a unit at Queens University in Ontario, Canada University of W ...

                                               

Vigneux-sur-Seine (Paris RER)

Vigneux-sur-Seine is a railway station in Vigneux-sur-Seine, Essonne, Ile-de-France, France. The station was opened in 1973 and is on the Villeneuve-Saint-Georges–Montargis railway. The station is served by the RER Line D, which is operated by SN ...

                                               

Winnenden station

Winnenden station is a station in Winnenden in Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. It lies on the Waiblingen–Schwabisch Hall railway a few hundred metres northwest of the town centre and about one kilometre south of Leutenbach. The station is served by R ...

                                               

Sulfate carbonate

The sulfate carbonates are a compound carbonates, or mixed anion compounds that contain sulfate and carbonate ions. Sulfate carbonate minerals are in the 7.DG and 5.BF Nickel-Strunz groupings. They may be formed by crystallization from a water so ...

                                               

Eocyathispongia

Eocyathispongia is the genus of sponge-like creatures living in the Ediacaran period about 60 million years before the Cambrian. The current fossil record has found this genus in only one location, the Doushantuo Formation in Guizhou, China. It l ...

                                               

Ferrite

Ferrite may refer to: Bismuth ferrite, a promising multiferroic material Ferrite iron, one of the allotropes of iron that is stable at room temperature and pressure, α-Fe Ferrite bead, a component placed on the end of a data cable to reduce inter ...

                                               

Chromate

Chromate conversion coating, a method for passivating metals Trichromate, an ion Chromate and dichromate, ions Tetrachromate, an ion Monochromate, an ion

                                               

Jadar

Jadar may refer to: Jadar mineral, sodium lithium boron silicate hydroxide Jadar, Yemen Studeni Jadar Cold Jadar, a river in eastern Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina, tributary to Jadar Drinjaca Jadar Serbia, a region surrounding the Jada ...

                                               

Phosphorimidazolide

A phosphorimidazolide is a chemical compound in which a phosphoryl mono-ester is covalently bound to a nitrogen atom in an imidazole ring. They are a type of phosphoramidate. These phosphorus compounds are encountered as reagents used for making ...

                                               

Lomonosovite

Lomonosovite is a phosphate–silicate mineral with the idealized formula Na 10 Ti 4 2 O 4 early Na 5 Ti 2 O 2 or Na 2 Ti 2 Si 2 O 9 *Na 3 PO 4. The main admixtures are niobium up to 11.8% Nb2O5, manganese up to 4.5 %MnO and iron up to 2.8%.

                                               

Deep Blue (Louise Patricia Crane album)

Deep Blue is the debut solo album by Northern Irish singer-songwriter Louise Patricia Crane, released on 15 May 2020 by Peculiar Doll Records. The album project began following the recording of The Eden Houses third studio album Songs for the Bro ...

                                               

Johann Christian Peter Arckenhausen

Johann Christian Peter Arckenhausen was a German drawing teacher, draftsman and natural history illustrator. Johann Arckenhausens father was a master shoemaker. Johann probably received training as a writer and draftsman in order to pursue a care ...

                                               

Egypt–European Union relations

The Egypt–European Union relations are the multilateral relations between the Arab Republic of Egypt and the European Union. Both sides share a common membership in the Union for the Mediterranean. Under the aegis of the Global Mediterranean Poli ...

                                               

Uruguay–European Union relations

Uruguay and the European Union have close historical, cultural, economic and political ties. The EU and Uruguay signed the Framework Cooperation Agreement in 1992 to promote bilateral relations with the aim of increasing cooperation with regard t ...

                                               

Legislature of Buenos Aires Province

The Legislature of Buenos Aires Province is the local legislature of the Argentinian province of Buenos Aires. It is a bicameral body, comprising the Chamber of Deputies of Buenos Aires, and the Senate of Buenos Aires. It is one of eight bicamera ...

                                               

B. intermedia

B. intermedia may refer to: Belgrandiella intermedia,a recently extinct species of very small freshwater snail that was endemic to Central Europe, particularly to Austria Bythinella intermedia, a recently extinct species of very small freshwater ...

                                               

Yazz Ahmed

Yazz Ahmed is a British-Bahraini trumpeter, flugelhornist and composer. Her music mixes Arabic and Western influences in what has been described as Psychedelic Arabic Jazz, in which she blurs the boundaries between jazz and electronic music. She ...

                                               

Freedom Church

Freedom Church is a global charismatic evangelical Christian church whose vision is to Connect Anyone Anywhere to a Life Changing relationship with Jesus. The church is headquartered in Hereford in the United Kingdom with locations in Africa, Nor ...

                                               

Army Bay

Army Bay is a northern coastal suburb of Auckland, in New Zealand. It is on the Whangaparaoa Peninsula about 47 kilometres north of the city centre. It is named for the New Zealand Defence Force area north of Shakespear Regional Park. The militar ...

                                               

Alexis Aubichon

He spent his younger years traveling and exploring the wilderness. He became head of Hudson’s Bay Company, to foster exploration and settlement in the west. His work impacted Oregons development years after his time. During the conscription of Na ...

                                               

Guy François Coetnempren de Kersaint

Kersaint joined the Navy as a Garde-Marine in February 1722, and was promoted to Ensign in Octobe 1731, Lieutenant in May 1741, and Captain in January 1747. In 1756, he took command of the 74-gun Intrepide. He led a division to cruise off Guinea, ...

                                               

Coty Building

The Coty Building is a structure located at 714 Fifth Avenue in Midtown Manhattan, New York City. The six-story building contains a French-inspired facade and mansard roof, as well as 276 panes of glass on the third through fifth floors, which co ...

                                               

Apalachee (disambiguation)

The Apalachee are a Native American people historically of Florida, and now living primarily in Louisiana. Apalachee may also refer to: Apalachee language, an extinct Muskogean language formerly spoken by the Apalachee Apalachee horse, a Thorough ...

                                               

San Francisco River

San Francisco Creek – a river and tributary of the Rio Grande in Texas Rio de Flag – formerly known as the San Francisco river, originating in the San Francisco Peaks in Arizona San Francisco River Arizona – a river of the Gila River Valley in Ar ...

                                               

C. rosea

C. rosea may refer to: Cistanthe rosea, a flowering plant species Clonostachys rosea f. rosea, a fungus species Cylindropuntia rosea, the Hudson pear, a cactus species native to Arizona and Mexico Coreopsis rosea, the tickseed, a plant species in ...

                                               

Vaccinium meridionale

Vaccinium meridionale, the Andean blueberry, is a species in the section Conchophyllum of the genus Vaccinium, in the heath and heather family. It is found in the mountains of Colombia and Venezuela and may have been introduced to Jamaica. Like s ...

                                               

Selje (disambiguation)

Selje Abbey, a former Benedictine monastery located on the island of Selja in Selje municipality, Norway Selje village, a village in Selje municipality, Sogn og Fjordane, Norway Selje Church, a church in Selje municipality, Sogn og Fjordane, Norway

                                               

Ibrahim Emin

Ibrahim Emin was born on 18 May 1963 in Sumgayit. In 1970, he started the school № 17 in Sumgayit. He served in the military in 1981-1983. In addition to his musical career, Ibrahim was also involved in painting. He died of esophageal cancer on 2 ...

                                               

Stellaria alsine

Stellaria alsine, the bog stitchwort, is a species of herbaceous plant in the genus Stellaria, found in bogs and marshes in Europe and parts of North America.

                                               

Rachel McMasters Miller Hunt

Rachel McMasters Miller was born in Turtle Creek, Pennsylvania, in 1882 to Rachel Hughey McMasters Miller 1861–1940 and Mortimer Craig Miller 1856–1933, a maritime lawyer. She attended the Thurston School in Pittsburgh, followed by Miss Mittleber ...

                                               

Winston Derrick

Winston Derrick was an Antiguan journalist, Media Personality, and chairman and managing director of Antiguas Observer Group of Companies which he founded in 1993 with his brother Fergie Derrick. Derrick was the host of the popular "The Voice of ...

                                               

DOS 7

DOS 7 or DOS-7 may refer to: Mir Core Module aka DOS-7, Russian spacecraft It may also refer to versions of the DR-DOS family: OpenDOS 7.01, successor of Novell DOS 7 by Caldera in 1997 DR-DOS 7.04, LBA/FAT32-enabled OEM version of DR-DOS DR-DOS ...