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- The potentized remedy
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- Colchicum autumnale
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- Nitric acid plants - U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
- Greenhouse Gas Emissions from the Nitric Acid Production.
- N2O EMISSIONS FROM ADIPIC ACID AND NITRIC ACID
- Worldwide, the number of nitric acid plants is somewhat uncertain.
- Hazardous Materials: Nitric Acid Safe Handling Guideline
- Aqua fortis, engraver's acid, hydrogen nitrate, red fuming nitric acid (RFNA), white fuming nitric acid (WFNA). Reactivity and Physical Concerns.
- PRODUCTION OF NITRIC ACID
- 23. GLOSSARY OF TERMS. 24.
Suggested News Resources
- Lasers can produce water droplets in moist air
- During 113 hours of firings, the cloud physicists discovered that pulses of laser light create nitric acid particles in the air, which serve as condensation nucleii for droplets.
- Workers evacuated after nitric acid spill at Diageo's Cameronbridge plant
- By Claire Warrender Ten thousand litres of nitric acid spilled from a 28000-litre storage tank at Diageo's Cameronbridge facility at around 5.30am. The plant at Windygates was immediately shut down to allow emergency services to deal with the incident.
- Investigation launched into nitric acid leak at Diageo's Cameronbridge distillery
- Ten thousand litres of nitric acid spilled from a 28000-litre tank at around 5.30am, prompting a complete evacuation of the plant.
- Warning over Fife chemical spill
- About 10000 litres of Nitric acid leaked from a process storage tank at Diageo's Cameron Bridge plant between Windygates and Kirkcaldy at 05:30. The firm said the spillage had now been contained safely with no environmental impact and no-one injured.
- Lawrence Principe
- For instance, a red dragon in one of the pictures might represent nitric acid: It is corrosive, breathes fire, and devours everything around it, Principe explains.
Suggested Web Resources
- Nitric acid - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Nitric acid (HNO3), also known as aqua fortis and spirit of nitre, is a highly corrosive and toxic strong acid.
- Make Nitric Acid - The Complete Guide - YouTube
- Jun 3, 2009 We show 3 ways to make nitric acid based on two different chemical approaches both of which can be done using easily accessible materials.
- Nitric Acid | Nitric Acid, INFORMATION
- Apr 23, 2010 Nitric Acid is a strong, highly Corrosive and Toxic mineral acid and one of the most important inorganic acids.
- Nitric Acid
- Nitric acid belongs to the group of inorganic acids. It is also known as aqua fortis meaning strong water, aqua Valens meaning powerful water and spirit of nitre.
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