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hexamine

(ˈhɛksəmiːn)
n
1. (Elements & Compounds) another name for hexamethylenetetramine
2. (Chemistry) a type of fuel produced in small solid blocks or tablets for use in miniature camping stoves
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com adds 2015 Global Mannitol Industry Report of 165 pages and Global Hexamine Industry of 20 company profiles of hexamine market to its research database and online business intelligence library.
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Hexamine was a potentially dangerous and outdated substance which was made outside the UK.
He vehemently denied giving Hexamine - which is usually used to treat urinary tract infections in dogs and not commonly thought of as a 'stopping' drug - to Knockeevan King before the race.
Competitive substitution of hexamine cobalt (III) for N[a.
Between 1993 and 1995 Chemanol doubled its formaldehyde capacity and, as a way of diversifying its products, started to produce hexamine which is used in a range of industries including rubber, pharmaceuticals and mining.
SINISTER Syringes used to inject chemicals into bottles; DISGUISE Food colourings; HEXAMINE Bomb material; DECEPTION Lucozade and Oasis bottles to become bombs
The workshop contained large quantities of chemicals sufficient for making several tons of explosives, including glycerin, antifreeze, potassium nitrates, hexamine, iron filings, fertilizer, potassium carbonates, and ammonia, in addition to several finished explosive devices rigged for remote detonation.
In addition to producing formalin, which is used in chemical, sanitary, medical and animal husbandry industries, the plant will annually produce 5,000 tons of hexamine, which is used in a range of industries including plastic and textile, pharmaceuticals and defense.
At the 1948 London games the design included a perforated canister to burn tablets consisting primarily of hexamine, but with six per cent napthalene to provide a luminous flame.
He admitted agreeing to undertake research in hexamine and hydrogen peroxide at Ali's suggestion in March 2006, but denied knowing whether it had any significance in relation to terrorism.
Many North Atlantic Treaty Organisation forces currently issue hexamine fuel to their troops for cooking in the field and are looking to move to a replacement fuel due to the dangers that hexamine presents to the health of soldiers.