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  Encyclopedia: Chemistry
Inorganic chemistry is the study of the properties and reactions of inorganic compounds.
Inorganic chemistry is the branch of chemistry concerned with the properties and reactions of inorganic compounds.
The periodic table of the chemical elements, also called the Mendeleev periodic table, is a tabular display of the known chemical elements.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Chemistry   (6458 words)

 Wikipedia:Chemical infobox - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Although these tables are well designed, and useful to present the relevant chemical data, the accuracy of information they contain cannot be guaranteed.
All data as presented in these tables is for materials in their standard state, which is at 25 °C and 100 kPa by definition.
This infobox is the recommended infobox to use where detailed information is appropriate, for example with very common compounds, and for high quality chemicals wikipages.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Inorganic_table_information   (682 words)

 Inorganic Chemistry, table of Isotopes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Examines the six major areas of inorganic chemistry: physical and theoretical methods, organometallic chemistry, main group elements, solid state chemistry, transition metals and bioinorganic chemistry.
information for many areas of research, and for users with varying levels of expertise.
The Table of Isotopes is the standard, respected reference that adds quality assurance to any research project.
www.does.org /masterli/cp1_cp4.html   (605 words)

 Inorganic arsenic substance information sheet - 1910.1018 App A
Because inorganic arsenic is a poison, you should wash your hands thoroughly prior to eating or smoking.
You must wear respirators for non-routine activities or in emergency situations where you are likely to be exposed to levels of inorganic arsenic in excess of the permissible exposure limit.
Additional information on all of these items plus training as to hazards of exposure to inorganic arsenic and the engineering and work practice controls associated with your job will also be provided by your employer.
www.osha.gov /pls/oshaweb/owadisp.show_document?p_table=STANDARDS&p_id=10024   (860 words)

 Natural and Accelerated Bioremediation Research (NABIR)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
The guidelines speak primarily to the format and documentation of data and information developed by the investigators that are to be transferred to the NABIR program, either for communicating research results or for basic long-term archiving and distribution of site characterization data to the larger user community.
This information about the data (also known as metadata) is important if the existence of the data they describe needs to be known to other investigators, if the data are to be used by other investigators, or if the data are to be used long after they are collected.
For example, information regarding who collected the sample and what sampling method was used, who reviewed the field data, who performed data entry, what laboratory performed the analyses, what analysis method was used, and who quality assured the results- all may be important information to retain for ensuring a complete project data record.
www.lbl.gov /NABIR/fieldresearch/relatedactivities/data-guide.html   (3043 words)

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Collection of this information is authorized by Section 3007(a) of RCRA (42 U.S.C. EPA prepared and is submitting an information collection request (ICR) to conduct a survey of the inorganic chemical industry, as targeted under the Hazardous and Solid Waste Amendments (HSWA) enacted on November 8, 1984.
Existing information sources that specifically contain characterization information on industrial non-hazardous waste generated by the inorganic chemical industry have been examined and were found to be limited in scope and relevance.
EPA will be surveying facilities in the inorganic chemical industry that have been identified as possible users of at least 1 of the 14 processes under study (see Section 3(a) for a description of information sources used to identify the universe of facilities).
www.epa.gov /icr/icrs/icrpages/1848ss01.htm   (7025 words)

Many animals incorporate iron into the heme complex, an essential component of cytochromes, which are proteins involved in redox reactions (including but not limited to respiration), and of oxygen carrying proteins hemoglobin and myoglobin.
Inorganic iron involved in redox reactions is also found in the iron-sulfur_clusters of many enzymes, such as nitrogenase (involved in the synthesis of ammonia from nitrogen and hydrogen) and hydrogenase.
A class of non-heme_iron_proteins is responsible for a wide range of functions within several life forms, such as enzymes methane_monooxygenase (oxidizes methane to methanol), ribonucleotide_reductase (reduces ribose to deoxyribose; DNA biosynthesis), hemerythrins (oxygen transport and fixation in marine invertebrates) and purple_acid_phosphatase (hydrolysis of phosphate esters).
www.witwik.com /Iron   (2610 words)

 Part 1
Information on science and technology is available on Internet, and this fact raises a major question: has "Information Poverty" been added to the many other gaps which separate developing countries from the rich North?.
The architecture of the WWW consists of three parts: the server which provides the information source, the browser which finds the information and formats it in a specific way, and the network which provides the means of communication between the two.
With graphical web browsers, when graphic images are not necessary to obtain information it is a good idea, both in terms of the speed of the session and to conserve bandwidth, to set the options to "turn off" or "delay" inline images.
www.chem.unep.ch /irptc/iguide/part1.html   (9069 words)

 Information Sources for Inorganic Compounds
Chapters for each element (or group of elements) are in order of the CAS group numbers of the periodic table of the elements.
General information, structures, physical and chemical properties, purification methods for each element.
Table of contents for whole series at front of each volume.
www.library.cornell.edu /psl/chem602/backup/inorg.htm   (392 words)

It is sometimes found native, but usually combined with silver, cobalt, nickel, iron, antimony, or sulfur.
In addition to the inorganic forms mentioned above, arsenic also occurs in various organic forms in the environment.
Inorganic arsenic and its compounds, upon entering the food_chain, are progressively metabolised to a less toxic form of arsenic through a process of methylation.
www.gottaorderflowers.com /arsenic   (1097 words)

 09/03/1996 - PEL for inorganic mercury is a time weighted average, not a ceiling.
While this error has not been corrected in Table Z-2 of 29 CFR 1910.1000, OSHA originally issued a correction notice in the old Field Operations Manual.
Enclosed for your use and information is a [June 30, 1976 letter of interpretation] and a copy of the October 30, 1978 ["Inorganic Mercury and its Compounds" [CPL 02-02-006 (formerly CPL 2-2.6)] directive] which provides documentation for the 8-hour TWA mercury PEL as opposed to a ceiling value.
Please assure that all field personnel receive a copy of this memorandum and when a mercury over-exposure is cited, it is cited as an 8-hour TWA PEL.
www.osha.gov /pls/oshaweb/owadisp.show_document?p_table=INTERPRETATIONS&p_id=23866   (288 words)

 Chemistry 461 Fall 2004   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
All important information regarding this course will be available on the course webpage, which may be accessed under "Courses" on the Chemistry Department homepage (URL: http://www.chemistry.wustl.edu).
This information includes all announcements and postings, all answer keys, all handouts, previous years' exams, and grade cutoffs and score distributions.
Each student will be able to check all of his or her recorded scores via the course webpage as well.
www.chemistry.wustl.edu /~courses/fall_04/461_04.html   (717 words)

Global Information Justice (GIJ) as an ethical ideal flows out of and is closely related to the idea of global access to information, i.e.
The challenge for those on the sidelines of the Information Age is to try to obtain and use the technology to their benefit without being overwhelmed by it.
The ideal of this Programme is to emphasize the need for increased access to information in the Public Domain in order to use Technology for the promotion of greater information equity and justice.
www.slais.ubc.ca /courses/libr500/01-02-wt2/www/N_Pavlis/GlobalInformationJustice.htm   (227 words)

 Oak Tree Facts   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Plants need basic inorganic elements which they use to manufacture usable food and lock in the sun's energy into it.
After looking at the previous table you now know that lacking a specific nutrient affects a different aspect of the tree development.
Also, when not enough water or not all nutrients are available, the trees will grow much slower and smaller but will not stop growing.
www.oakplus.com /Oak_Tree_Facts.htm   (1705 words)

 God of the Machine
The amount of information conveyed by a signal correlates with the uncertainty that a particular message will be produced, and entropy, in communication theory, measures this uncertainty.
The destruction of this information, by erasure, by clearing a register, or by resetting memory, is irreversible.
The ability to adapt to new information and to discard outdated models is just as vital as the ability to produce models in the first place.
www.godofthemachine.com   (11678 words)

 PSIgate - Physical Sciences Information Gateway: Search/Browse Results   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
It seeks to provide a forum for research on the organic chemistry, inorganic chemistry and biochemistry of phosphorus (including arsenic, antimony, and bismuth), sulphur (including selenium and tellurium), and silicon (including germanium and tin).
Information is given on physical properties, atomic structure, isotopes and discovery, with some related links.
An introductory page provides basic information about each element, and there are supplementary pages which discuss the discovery, chemical and physical properties, and uses of each element.
www.psigate.ac.uk /roads/cgi-bin/psisearch.pl?term1=antimony&limit=0&subject=All   (605 words)

 Penn State Libraries : E-Resource List
Developed at the Getty Information Institute, it includes and extends the coverage of two art indexes: RAA (Repertoire d'Art et d'Archeologie) from 1973 to 1989 and RILA (International Repertory of the Literature of Art) from 1975 to 1989.
Information can be searched by keywords, company names, ticker symbols, industries, or designated subject terms.
The ERIC database is the world's largest source of education information, containing over one million abstracts on education research and practice.
www.lias.psu.edu /dball.html   (8746 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
This page refers to the data given in inorganic compound property tables (pictured to the right).
These tables are constructed by amateurs and edited by passers-by.
This includes the safety information, which is provided for curiosity value only.
www.askmytutor.co.uk /i/in/inorganic_table_information.html   (124 words)

The MSDS should also include information on fire and explosion hazards, reactivity, first aid, and procedures for handling leaks and spills.
In limited studies, exposure of pregnant animals to moderate levels of either metallic or inorganic mercury caused growth retardation, birth defects, and death of the fetus or of the offspring shortly after birth.
It is not known whether mercury causes similar effects in humans, but, based on the animal studies, you should handle it as a potential human reproductive toxin and minimize your exposure (see "Reducing Your Exposure").
www.dhs.ca.gov /ohb/HESIS/merc.htm   (2026 words)

 Chemistry : Periodic Table : fluorine : key information
It is a pale yellow, corrosive gas, which reacts with practically all organic and inorganic substances.
It is difficult to store as it reacts with most materials but steel and Monel metal containers may be used as the metal surfaces deactivate through the formation of unreactive surface fluorides.
WebElements is the periodic table on the WWW
www.webelements.com /webelements/elements/text/F/key.html   (320 words)

 DHHS (NIOSH) Publication No. 78-127
Because some inorganic arsenic compounds have a significant vapor pressure, the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) has recently eliminated certain types of respirators from its list of recommended protective equipment for workers exposed to inorganic arsenic.
High efficiency particulate filters for inorganic arsenic compounds that have no significant vapor pressure --- to enable meeting the recommended standard of 2.0 µg arsenic per cubic meter of air as specified in the criteria document transmitted to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration on June 23, 1975.
Air-purifying respiratory protection with an acid gas canister, as a minimum, for inorganic arsenic compounds with significant vapor pressure (such as arsenic trichloride) --- to prevent exposure to greater than the recommended maximum concentration of arsenic due to the passage of volatile arsenicals through a high efficiency filter.
www.cdc.gov /NIOSH/78127_14.html   (212 words)

 nitric oxide   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Unlike other neurotransmitters which only transmit information from a presynaptic to a postsynaptic neuron, the small nitric oxide molecule can diffuse all over and can thereby act on several nearby neurons, even on those not connected by a synapse.
It is conjectured that this process may be involved in the formation of memory.
We want to remind you that no information found at this site can replace a meeting with your physician about your health.
encyclopedia.mysleepcenter.com /nitric_oxide.htm   (612 words)

 InfoSurf: Chemistry and Biochemistry Page 3
Browsable and searchable tables of contents are available at no charge from 1997-present for most journals.
This site includes tables of contents for most issues from 1994-present and abstracts in PDF format from 1997-present available to anyone, as well as the full text Web edition from 1998-present available to Web edition subscribers only..
Tables of contents and abstracts are freely available.
www.library.ucsb.edu /subjects/chem/chemist3.html   (1112 words)

The base metal is steel manufactured from either high strength Galvalume produced to ASTM A792-AZ50 Grade 50; or HDG produced to ASTM 653-G90 Structural Quality, Grade 50.
The metal shall be given a pretreatment, prior to finishing, consisting of cleaning and chemical reaction to form an inorganic coating on the metal surface for bonding of the finish.
After pretreatment and thorough drying of the surface, a corrosion inhibitive zinc chromate pigmented bond coat shall be applied on the weather side.
www.americancomponents.com /tech/ci-8.htm   (547 words)

 InfoSurf: Chemistry and Biochemistry Page 5
The Beilstein Information System is the producer of the largest compendium of organic chemical data in the world, the Beilstein Handbook of Organic Chemistry.
This site provides information on Beilstein electronic products and services, among which is the Beilstein Abstracts database, which provides searchable bibliographic data and abstracts of articles from 140 leading journals in organic chemistry from 1980 to the present.
It contains current article information taken from the journals of over a dozen participating science publishers, plus all the citations from the DOE Energy database (citations more than 10 years old must be searched in the archive file.) Most records include abstracts.
www.library.ucsb.edu /subjects/chem/chemist5.html   (2405 words)

 Untitled Document
Entering students are required to demonstrate proficiency at the undergraduate level in four areas of chemistry (organic, inorganic, physical, and analytical).
Candidates for the M.S. degree in chemistry must demonstrate proficiency in organic, inorganic, physical, and analytical chemistry within two years of initial enrollment.
Incoming doctoral students must demonstrate proficiency in organic, inorganic, physical, and analytical chemistry within one year of initial enrollment.  A minimum of 60 hours is required, including research hours.
www.umsl.edu /bulletin/TOC/College_of_Arts_and_Sciences/Chemistry/Chemistry_Graduate_Degree_Requ/chemistry_graduate_degree_requ.htm   (915 words)

 Publisher description for Library of Congress control number 92026704   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Information from electronic data provided by the publisher.
This is one of the few books available that uses unifying theoretical concepts to present inorganic chemistry at the advanced undergraduate and graduate levels--most texts are organized around the periodic table, while this one is structured after bonding models, structure types, and reaction patterns.
This information will enable students to understand most current journals, empowering them to stay abreast of the latest advances in the field.
www.loc.gov /catdir/description/els032/92026704.html   (255 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
This proposed rule does not contain any new information collection requirements, nor does it propose to modify any existing information collection requirements.
The total annual respondent burden and cost for all existing paperwork associated with requirements in the proposed rule presented here represents only incremental increases in burden for generators and subsequent handlers of the newly listed wastes.
As shown in Exhibit 1, EPA estimates the total annual respondent burden for all information collection activities to be approximately 150 hours, at an annual cost of approximately $6,793.
www.epa.gov /icr/icr2000/1968.01/1968wu01.htm   (1018 words)

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