Osmium is a hard and brittle metal that has atomic number of 76. Osmium was discovered by Smithson Tennant in 1803.
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A tire is an assembly of various components that are built on a drum and then press cured under pressure and heat.
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Hydrogen is produced in very large quantities as both the principle product and a as by- product. Majority of the hydrogen is derived from fossil fuels, especially natural gas.
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Para-hydroxybenzoic acid is commonly abbreviated using the term parabens. Parabens belong to the family of alkyl esters of para-hydroxybenzoic acid.
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Majority of sulfur is used in preparation of its derivatives such as sulfuric acid, sodium hydro sulfide, sodium hydrosulfite, sodium sulfite, sodium sulfide and sodium thiosulfate.
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Hydrogen cyanide is also known as prussic acid. Hydrogen cyanide is an inorganic compound that is colorless in nature.
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Polyphenylene ether (PPE) alloys are polymer resins which are utilized as engineering thermoplastics.
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Phosphate ester which is also known as organophosphate is abbreviated as OP. Phosphate ester is a general name that is used to refer the esters of phosphoric acid.
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Piperic acid is extracted from black pepper seeds. Piperic acid is obtained by carrying out hydrolysis of alkaloid piperine.
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Mineral fibers are fibers made from either natural or synthetic minerals. Usually, the term man made mineral fibers refers to the synthetic fibers such as fiberglass, stone wool and ceramic fibers.
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