The compound he ended up creating--[Ag.sub.7][O.sub.8]N[O.sub.3], known as a 'silver oxysalt'--had an unusual history.
This is troubling for Precht, especially considering that many of them have more in common with the silver coins of old than with Djokic's patented oxysalts.
Rare-earth oxides were usually synthesized by thermal decomposition of their oxysalt
precipitates such as hydroxide and oxalate at a certain temperature [16-19].
Like many medical products, Exciton's oxysalt technology had to wait years for regulatory approval, which came first from the U.S.
Their gauzes are coated with silver oxysalts (A[g.sub.7][O.sub.8]N[O.sub.3]) which provide controlled release of the optimum dose of silver ions.
Except for the recently discovered niedermayrite, all known oxide and oxysalt
minerals containing essential Cd occur at Tsumeb (Pinch and Wilson, 1977), another unique feature of this amazing mineral deposit.
(1993) Structural relations in copper oxysalt
Chowdari, "Metal oxides and oxysalts
as anode materials for Li ion batteries," Chemical Reviews, vol.
These articles, originating from about 1835 to 1845, include such topics as inorganic neutral oxysalts
in general and phosphates, arseniates, phosphites and arensites in particular, the reaction and products of sulfurous acid and iron or zinc, nitric sulphate oxide and experimental demonstrations proving its non-existence, the nature of Aqua Regia, reciprocal actions of sulfurous and hyponitric acids, observations on the Theory of Peligot, the function of water, the formulation of hypoiodous acid, the existence of double salts in codeine and morphine, and the quantitative determination of chlorine and hydrochloric acid when the two gases occur together.
The existence of a stability field for the neutral metal at Eh higher than that for metal sulfide but lower than that for metal oxysalts
is characteristic of extremely chalcophilic metals.
Moore, Complex crystal structures related to glaserite, [K.sub.3]Na[([SO.sub.4]).sub.2]: evidence for very dense packings among oxysalts
Name: For Michele Catti (1945-), Professor of Physical Chemistry, University of Milano Bicocca, Italy, for his contributions to the crystal chemistry of hydrated oxysalts
. Comments: IMA No.