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  • 1Lead tetroxide — Chembox new ImageFile = Red lead.jpg ImageSize = 250px ImageName = Red lead powder IUPACName = dilead(II) lead(IV) oxide OtherNames = Section1 = Chembox Identifiers CASNo = 1314 41 6 PubChem = SMILES = Section2 = Chembox Properties Formula =… …

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  • 2Lead glass — Swarovski flacon. Lead glass is a variety of glass in which lead replaces the calcium content of a typical potash glass.[1] Lead glass contains typically 18–40 weight% lead(II) oxide (PbO), while modern lead …

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  • 3Uranium-lead dating — Uranium lead is one of the oldest and most refined radiometric dating schemes, with a routine age range of about 1 million years to over 4.5 billion years, and with routine precisions in the 0.1 1 percent range. [Parrish, Randall R.; Noble,… …

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  • 4self-annealing — /sɛlf əˈnilɪŋ/ (say self uh neeling) adjective denoting or relating to certain metals, as lead, tin and zinc, which recrystallise at air temperatures so that they may be cold worked without strain hardening …

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  • 5self-annealing — self annealˈing adjective (of metals such as lead, tin, and zinc) recrystallizing at air temperature and so able to be cold worked with little or no strain hardening • • • Main Entry: ↑self …

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  • 6industrial glass — Introduction       solid material that is normally lustrous and transparent in appearance and that shows great durability under exposure to the natural elements. These three properties lustre, transparency, and durability make glass a favoured… …

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  • 7Handloading — or reloading is the process of loading firearm cartridges or shotgun shells by assembling the individual components (case/shotshell, primer, powder, and bullet/shot), rather than purchasing completely assembled, factory loaded cartridges.… …

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  • 8metallurgy — metallurgic, metallurgical, adj. metallurgically, adv. metallurgist /met l err jist/ or, esp. Brit., /meuh tal euhr jist/, n. /met l err jee/ or, esp. Brit., /meuh tal euhr jee/, n. 1. the technique or science of working or heating metals so as… …

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  • 9steel — steellike, adj. /steel/, n. 1. any of various modified forms of iron, artificially produced, having a carbon content less than that of pig iron and more than that of wrought iron, and having qualities of hardness, elasticity, and strength varying …

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  • 10radiation — radiational, adj. /ray dee ay sheuhn/, n. 1. Physics. a. the process in which energy is emitted as particles or waves. b. the complete process in which energy is emitted by one body, transmitted through an intervening medium or space, and… …

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  • 11Glass production — Glass is common in everyday life, from glass windows to glass containers. The manufacture of glass for everyday purposes may involve complexity and automation. This article deals with the mass production of glass. Glass container productionGlass… …

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  • 12Homologous recombination — Figure 1. During meiosis, homologous recombination can produce new combinations of genes as shown here between similar but not identical copies of human chromosome 1. Homologous recombination is a type of genetic recombination in which nucleotide …

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  • 13Early modern glass in England — The early modern period in England (c. 1500 1800) brought on a revival in local glass production. Medieval glass had been limited to the small scale production of forest glass for window glass and vessels, predominantly in the WealdKenyon, G.H.,… …

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  • 14Polymerase chain reaction — PCR redirects here. For other uses, see PCR (disambiguation). A strip of eight PCR tubes, each containing a 100 μl reaction mixture The polymerase chain reaction (PCR) is a scientific technique in molecular biology to amplify a single or a… …

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  • 15Diamond enhancement — Diamond enhancements are specific treatments, performed on natural diamonds (usually those already cut and polished into gems), which are designed to improve the gemological characteristics and therefore the value of the stone in one or more ways …

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  • 16Genetic algorithm — A genetic algorithm (GA) is a search heuristic that mimics the process of natural evolution. This heuristic is routinely used to generate useful solutions to optimization and search problems. Genetic algorithms belong to the larger class of… …

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  • 17dating — I In geology and archaeology, the process of determining an object s or event s place within a chronological scheme. Scientists may use either relative dating, in which items are sequenced on the basis of stratigraphic clues (see stratigraphy) or …

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  • 18metalwork — metalworker, n. /met l werrk /, n. objects made of metal. [1840 50; METAL + WORK] * * * Useful and decorative objects fashioned of various metals. The oldest technique is hammering. After с 2500 BC, casting was also used, molten metal being… …

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  • 19Microsatellite (genetics) — This article is about the DNA sequence. For small orbiting spacecraft, see Miniaturized satellite. Microsatellites, also known as Simple Sequence Repeats (SSRs) or short tandem repeats (STRs), are repeating sequences of 2 6 base pairs of DNA.[1]… …

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  • 20Windscale fire — The Windscale Piles (centre and right) in 1985. The Windscale fire of 10 October 1957 was the worst nuclear accident in Great Britain s history, ranked in severity at level 5 on the 7 point International Nuclear Event Scale.[1] The two piles had… …

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