cyanurate


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cyanurate

(ˌsaɪəˈnjʊəˌreɪt)
n
a salt or ester derived from cyanide
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Tenders are invited for Procurment Of Sodium Dichloro Iso Cyanurate (Naddc) Water Treatment Tablets
Polymer Polyfunctional monomer EVA None, trimethylolpropane triacrylate (TMPTA), TAIC PA6 TAIC, triallyl cyanurate (TAC) PA66 TAIC, allyl methacrylate (AMA) PA12 TAIC PBT TAIC PE None, various PP TMPTA, TAIC
Patent 9,175,137 (November 3,2015), "Method for Producing Cyanurate Networks via Inductive Heating of Silica-Coated Magnetic Nanoparticles," Christopher Sahagun, Andrew Guenthner, and Joseph Mabry (The U.
It is said to allow cure and processing benefits, as well as an excellent set of mechanical properties to rubber compounds, when compared to the addition of triallyl cyanurate.
JLS Chemical is a global halogen-free flame-retardants supplier specialising in halogen-free flame retardant technology, products include intumescent flame retardants, melamine cyanurate, melamine polyphosphate, phosphonate salt and ammounium polyphosphate.
Also, nitrate and total ammonia-nitrogen were measured on-site using a Hach DR/890 Portable Colorimeter (Hach Company, Loveland, Colorado, USA) and the appropriate analytical kits (Am Ver Diluent reagent, Ammonium Salicylate reagent and Ammonia Cyanurate reagent for nitrogen ammonia; and Nitra Ver 5 Nitrate reagent for nitrate).
Consumption of melamine can cause highly insoluble melamine cyanurate crystals to form in the kidney, which damage renal cells and can result in renal failure or death.
Include actual numeric values Allows analysis of critical measured for total and free variables, particularly those disinfectant, cyanurate, and with upper and lower limits, pH or note that no reading was to determine which limits were taken.
The combined presence of melamine and cyanuric acid lead to the formation of melamine cyanurate.
In a 2-year study of rats that were given sodium cyanurate in the drinking water at doses estimated up to 371 mg/kg body weight per day (5,375 mg/L), no substance-related increase in tumor incidence was observed (WHO 2004).
However, when mixed with Cyanuric Acid to form Melamine Cyanurate, which was implicated in the recent Chinese milk contaminations and the 2007 pet food controversy, it can cause kidney failure to chronic ingestion, which is known to be cancerous or cause reproductive damage.
Ammonia and nitrate samples were treated with HACH[R] brand reagents (that is, ammonia cyanurate and ammonia salicilate for ammonia and nitraver 5 for nitrate, respectively) (HACH 1995).