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soft drinks, detergents.
poisonous gas used in organic chemistry
refrigerant fire extinguishing
hall process
milk, mayo
used in making glass, ceramics
natural gas wells in Texas.
(fertilizer) is a mixture of CaSO4 and Ca(H2PO4)2
downs process
flux in solder
papermaker's alum
used in production of fertilizer, petrochemicals, dyes, detergents.
oxidant (bleach)
oxidant, used as a catalyst in H2SO4 production.
lewis acid catalyst
X-rays and lead-acid batteries
(used for making nuclear reactor fuel)
used in making fertilizer
important reducing agent
used as rocket fuel
baking soda
found naturally in the ground as a result of radioactive processes.
(rocket fuel)
Ca3(PO4)2 by heating with C and sand
solid in gas(smoke) liquid in gas(fog)
Ruby (contains Cr3+), Sapphire (Fe3+, Ti4+), Topaz(Fe3+)
Used as a strengthening alloy in steel, plant growth
synthesis of pesticides, oil additives, flame retardants
used in aircraft
excimer lasers (shortest wavelength commercially available lasers)
chemistry is similar to Al, with +3 oxidation number. Not useful as a metal because it reacts with water. However it is used as an alloy to strengthen Al
CCl4, CHCl3, CH2Cl2
electrical insulator
ice cream
ferromagnetic material used in tapes
Used in mining, and as poisons
explosive and fertilizer
milk of magnesia
welding in inert atmospheres.
AlCl3 �6H2O
Present in vitamin B12. Used in steel.
essential component of bone, including teeth.
diamond, graphite, fullerenes (C60), carbon nanotubes.
used in steel, foods, glucose utilization
washing soda
synthetic organic chemistry, and for making fire retardants
active ingredient in Chlorox
Alloy in steel, oxygen transport in octopus
gas in liquid
cryogenics, for blimps, for He-Ne lasers.
similar to graphite, but does not conduct. There are also diamond and nanotube forms, similar to carbon
used in treating cancer
used from chromatography media, and as a drying agent
5.6% of the earth’s crust. 3g in the body, mostly as hemoglobin. Used in steel.
haber process
ubiquitious in biology
alloy in steel
produced from SnO2 by reaction with C
white paint, also an important semiconductor, and as a photocatalyst
ulcanization of rubber
used as lubricants and for waterproofing
stained glass windows

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