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  • Ask Dr. Underhill: Sensors Dosimeters
    . Charcoal has a huge surface area where this attractive interaction can take place - often a surface area of over 1,500 square meters per gram!. How is the vapor extracted?. Once the badge is returned, it is opened and the charcoal is placed in a vial. At that time a fixed amount of carbon disulfide
  • Pharmaceutical Powder Contamination
    chloride and carbon disulfide solutions of the three polymers were analyzed in a 10 mm path length cell. The absorbance value ( intensity ) of a marker absorbance band unique to each polymer was measured and provided a linear correlation with that polymer s concentration in dilute solution. THE RESULT
  • POTASSIUM PERMANGANATE ODOROXIDANT
    gas. sulfur dioxide.............. Esters. Sulfides. amyl acetate............... banana odor. allyl disulfide............. garlic oil. dioctyl pthalate......... plasticizer. carbon disulfide......... organic solvent (odor similar to. ethyl acetate.............. nail polish remover. hydrogen sulfide
  • Technical Resources: Silicone Hose Chemical Resistance Guide (.pdf)
    : Phosphate ester alkyl X. Picric acid, molten. X. Whiskey and wines. A. Carbon dioxide, dry-wet. A. Hydraulic fluids: Phosphate ester aryl. X. Picric acid, water solution. I. Xylene, xylol. X. Carbon disulfide. X. Hydraulic fluids: Phosphate ester blends X. Potassium chlorite. A. Zinc chloride
  • Hubble Observations Shed New Light on Jupiter Collision
    and followed their evolution over the next month. Most surprising were the strong signatures from sulfur-bearing compounds like diatomic sulfur (S2), carbon disulfide (CS2), and hydrogen sulfide (H2S). Ammonia (NH3) absorption was also detected. The S2 absorptions seemed to fade on timescales
  • Chemical Reactivity with Brush Materials
    (Phenol). Carbolic Acid 50%. Carbolic Acid 100%. Carbon Bisulfide. Carbon Dioxide (dry). B1. Carbon Dioxide (aqueous solution). Carbon Disulfide. Carbon Monoxide. Carbon Tetrachloride (dry). Carbon Tetrachloride (wet). Carbonated Water. Carbonic Acid. Carene 500. Castor Oil. Catsup. Caustic Soda
  • Polyurethane Material Properties
    Chloride. 1. 2. Ammonium. Calcium Hydroxide. 1. 2. Thiocyanate. 2. 2. Calcium Nitrate. 2. 2. Amyl Acetate. 4. 4. Calcium Sulfate. 2. 2. Amyl Alcohol. 3. 3-4. Carbon Dioxide. 1. 1. Amyl Chloride. 3. 3. Carbon Disulfide. 2-3. 2-3. Aniline. 4. 4. Carbon Monoxide. 1. 1. Aniline Hydrochloride. 4. 4. Carbon
  • Analysis of Volatile Organic Compounds in Water by EPA Method 8260 with The Stratum PTC and Solatek 72 Multimatrix Autosampler (.pdf)
    . 1,1-Dichloroethene. 1.00. 14.54 0.227. 112. 0. Carbon Disulfide. 1.00. 11.34 0.246. 98. 0.21. 1,1,2-Trichlorofluoroethane. 1.00. 12.94 0.294. 102. 0.03. Iodomethane. 1.00. 8.38 0.616. 137. 0.25. Allyl Chloride. 1.00. 10.59 0.405. 91. 0.15. Methylene Chloride. 1.00. 8.70 0.510. 97. 0.06. Acetone. 1.00. 8.50

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