By Lewis, Richard J.; Hawley, Gessner Goodrich
Hawley's Condensed Chemical Dictionary, fifteenth version is a compilation of technical facts and descriptive details overlaying millions of chemical compounds and chemical phenomena, alternate identify items, strategies, reactions, items, and similar terminology.
- Updates and expands the assurance from the former edition.
- Adds entries for impressive chemists and Nobel Prize winners, gear and units, normal varieties and minerals, named reactions, and chemical processes.
- Provides concise, condensed, and steered definitions of phrases and phenomena in chemistry, biology, biochemistry, and more.
- Is excellent for people with in basic terms mins to commit to any given chemical substance or topic.
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Available forms: Rolls. Use: Removal of pesticides from drinking water and VOCs from process gases. See alumina, activated. (1) A metallic oxide that promotes cross-linking of sulfur in rubber vulcanization. By far the most widely used is zinc oxide; in rubber mixes where no organic accelerator is used, oxides of magnesium, calcium, or lead are effective. (2) A fatty acid that increases the effectiveness of acidic 23 organic accelerators; stearic acid is generally used, especially with thiazoles.
The term is usually restricted to antigenantibody reactions characterized by a clumping together of visible cells such as bacteria or erythrocytes. The antigen is called an agglutinogen, and the antibody an agglutinin because of an apparent gluing or sticking action. See aggregation. aggregate. A collective term denoting any mixture of such particulates as sand, gravel, crushed stone, or cinders used in Portland cement formulations, road building, paving compositions, animal husbandry, trickle filters, horticulture, etc.
TM for homopolymer, and copolymer polyolefin waxes. Use: For adhesives, coatings, color concentrates, cosmetics, inks, lubricants, paints, plastics, rubber, and textiles. acyl. An organic acid group in which the OH of the carboxyl group is replaced by some other substituent (RCO−). Examples: acetyl, CH3CO−; benzoyl, C6H5CO−. ADA. Abbreviation for acetonedicarboxylic acid. See ␤-ketoglutaric acid. 1-adamantanamine hydrochloride. See amantadine hydrochloride. adamantane. (sym-tricyclodecane). C10H16.