mellite


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mellite

(ˈmɛˌlaɪt)
n
(Geological Science) a soft yellow mineral, Al2C12O12.18H2O
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Aluminium belongs to the majority metal elements in coal; it forms the mineral of organic class, mellite, in the coal substance (Bouska et al., 2000; Bouska and Pesek, 1999); it, in general, creates a range of complexes with inorganic ligands and compounds with hydrocarbons (Shriver and Atkins, 1999), tetrahedric complexes with alcoholic, etheric and ketonic ligands (Gazo, 1981), and also Al-phenoxide (CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics, Section 4, 1993-1994).
auditoribus nudam falsitatem prostituunt, ut quadam mellite delectationis dulcedine velut incantatas audientium aures inebrient, 837, VIII, 128-30).
major treatments like heart diseases (stents + open heart surgeries), diabetes mellites complication, burns and accidents, dialysis, chronic infections complications.