zaratite

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zaratite

(ˈzærəˌtaɪt)
n
(Minerals) a green amorphous mineral consisting of hydrated nickel carbonate. Formula: Ni3(CO3)(OH)4.4H2O
[C19: from Spanish zaratita, named after G. Zárate, 19th-century Spaniard]
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Nickel tetracarbonyl is a highly toxic gas inflicting severe damage to the lungs and heart, while nickel carbonate (NiCO3) is a solid which is much less hazardous.
They are nickel powder, nickel sulphate, nickel chloride, nickel carbonate and nickel nitrate.
3: R68 Carcinogenicity Cat 3 R40 Cat 1: R49 Aquatic toxicity - - Health issues Nickel chloride Nickel nitrate Acute oral T:R25 Xn:R22 Acute inhalation T: R23 Xn:R20 Skin irritant Xi: R38 Xi: R38 Eye irritation None Xi R36 Skin sensitisation R43 ^ R43 ^ Respiratory sensitisation R42 R42 Chronic toxicity T: R48/23 T: R48/23 Reproductive toxicity Cat 2: R61 Cat 2: R61 Mutagenicity Cat 3: R68 Cat 3: R68 Carcinogenicity Cat 1: R49 Cat 1: R49 Aquatic toxicity - - Health issues Nickel carbonate Acute oral T:R25 Acute inhalation T: R23 Skin irritant Xi: R38 Eye irritation Xi: R36 Skin sensitisation R43 Respiratory sensitisation R42 Chronic toxicity T: R48/23 Reproductive toxicity Cat.
Queensland Nickel's Yabulu expansion project had ordered a Larox PF filter for nickel carbonate filtration.