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  • Durmalon: An Alternative to Cadmium
    Cadmium has been applied to numerous components of land, sea and air weapon systems and NASA systems for many years, due to its desirable functional qualities. However, Cadmium is a toxic metal and a known carcinogen. In addition, Cadmium is plated from an aqueous bath containing cyanide salts
  • Total Cyanide Analysis in Cadmium/Cyanide Bath
    Total cyanide may be measured directly with an Iotron Cyanide electrode in cadmium/cyanide baths. The measurement is based on the stability of the cadmium-cyanide complex. As cyanide concentrations may vary widely, the following procedure should be used as a general guide.
  • What is RoHS Compliance?
    RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances) is a directive from the European Union (EU) that restricts the use of six hazardous materials commonly found in electrical and electronic products. In particular, it specifies maximum levels for lead, mercury, cadmium, hexavalent chromium, polybrominated
  • | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    (PDP) business, according to Japanese news reports. Battery maker Saft to add China plant France-based battery supplier Saft has announced it would invest in a new plant in South China to build lithium and nickel-cadmium batteries for the Chinese rail transportation industry. South Korea preps
  • RoHS and WEEE Information
    (Pb), cadmium (Cd), mercury (Hg), hexavalent chromium (CrVI), polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs), and polybrominated biphenyls (PBBs) be eliminated from electrical components and replaced with safer materials.
  • pH Control for Pigment Production
    In pigmentation process applications, the liquor influent entering a process tank is composed primarily of ferrous sulphate (FeSO 4), in addition to manganese, zinc, cadmium, and other alloying elements. As a result, treatment with sulphuric acid (H2SO4) is necessary to maintain the pH
  • Cyanide Destruction Monitoring with pH and ORP
    Mining and electroplating processes generate waste materials containing alkaline, rare earth metals, and other heavy metals such as iron, nickel, zinc, cadmium, copper, silver, and gold. The wastes often contain cyanide, a deadly poison. Federal and State regulatory agencies require that cyanide
  • Smart Computing Article - By The Power Of Apple, You Have The Power!
    ? The answers to both parts of this question are No. Your iPod uses a Li-Ion (lithium-ion) battery. With NiCd (nickel-cadmium) batteries (the first-generation of rechargeables), you need to be careful to fully charge and discharge your battery from time to time. Otherwise small crystals will
  • Organoclays Trap Incalcitrant Metals and Organic Compounds in Sediments Simultaneously (.pdf)
    at an old MGP site (from a power and light company). Laboratory column tests and batch tests with organoclays have revealed that a standard, non-polar organoclay fixates all heavy metals, including lead, zinc, nickel, chrome and cadmium, but also inorganic acqueous mercury. In terms of organic hydrocarbons

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  • Cadmium (EHC 134, 1992)
    Cadmium in food1 .
  • Cadmium - environmental aspects (EHC 135, 1992)
  • Encyclopedia of Metalloproteins
    ▶ Cadmium Exposure, Cellular and Molecular Adaptations .
  • Patty's Toxicology 6 Volume Set (with Index) 6th Edition
    Zinc and Cadmium Compounds .
  • States > California > State > Regulations > Title 8 - Industrial Relations > Division 1 - Department of Industrial Relations > Chapter 4 - Division of Industri...
    Cadmium .