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Computational Requirements for Simulating the Structures and
Structures and Proton Activity of Silicaceous Materials.
Dose Assessment in Lost Wax Foundries
The wax model is first covered with a silicaceous shell of the required aggregated to the alumina making the silicaceous shell due to technical reasons.
CALCULATION OF THE STORE HOUSE WORKER DOSE IN A
is covered with a silicaceous shell of the required thickness and once this In this process zircon sands are used for the preparation of the silicaceous shell.
From Particles To Materials
Motivation: Hierarchical Structures in Nature. Silicaceous sponge spicule Euplectella sponge. J.
Untitled - Meaco
Insulation - opacified silicaceous aerogel and mineral fibre mat. ▪ Storage core - high density iron oxide compound.

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Asteroid Yields Its Secrets
Itokawa is known as an S-type asteroid, a silicaceous, rocky variety common to the inner solar system.

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Silicaceous Type
May 1, 2004 Silicaceous Type.
Asteroid spectral types - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
S-type (15 Eunomia, 3 Juno) silicaceous (or "stony") objects. This class contains about 17% of asteroids in general.
Orion's Arm - Encyclopedia Galactica - Silicaceous Type Asteroid
Silicaceous Asteroids have high albedoes (from 15% to 25%) are slightly red in colour and contain metallic elements.
S - Silicaceous (asteroid class)
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Sep 21, 2007 (KudoZ) English to French translation of silicaceous [Engineering (general) (Tech /Engineering)].

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