beryllia

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beryllia

(bəˈrɪlɪə)
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(Chemistry) beryllium oxide
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The research was aimed at developing an advanced high-temperature pebble-bed reactor (PBR), using beryllium oxide for the moderator--BeO pebbles, not graphite.
They are lead based glazes, alkaline based glazes containing feldspars and/or frits, and alkaline earth based glazes containing calcium, magnesium, barium, strontium, beryllium oxide, zinc oxide, cadmium oxide and bismuth oxide.
KG was set up in 1988 and was aimed at creating a superior alternative for environmentally challenging beryllium oxide.
In the ceramics and alloy departments, the patient was likely exposed to insoluble beryllium (e.g., beryllium oxide).
The BW3250 beryllium oxide (BeO) insulator from Brush Ceramic Products delivers a thermal conductivity of greater than 325 W/mK at room temperature, an increase of over 15 percent from the 285 W/mK that was previously achievable.
They contain beryllium oxide, a toxic material which is harmful if inhaled.
The commercially available thick copper metallization system on A1N offers environmental advantages over beryllium oxide substrates.
From the remains, Bunsen isolated the beryllium oxide with which the fly had absconded.
Some of the electronic components contain two percent, seven percent, 30 percent and even pure beryllium oxide.