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  1. Realization of the ampere, defined as the current that would deposit grams of, silver ,per second from a silver nitrate solution. Later, more accurate measurements
  2. Antimony, cadmium,tin, and tungsten, and much more abundant than mercury or, silver , but 30 times less abundant than rubidium — with which it is so closely
  3. And wrote" Many have said of Alchemy, that it is for the making of gold and, silver , For me such is not the aim, but to consider only what virtue and power may lie
  4. anymore, but waits willingly to be caught. So, there is a great quantity of, silver ,there, consecrated to the hero, as price for the sacrificial victims. To some
  5. Regions; in the 400–700 nm visible range it is slightly outperformed by tin and, silver ,and in the 700–3000 (near IR) by silver , gold,and copper. Aluminum is a
  6. Gold coin, in tribute also to the 150th anniversary of his birth, and with a, silver ,dollar coin in 2009 to honor of the 100th anniversary of flight in Canada. That
  7. Also help to distinguish between precipitates of the different silver halves:, silver ,chloride (AGC) is soluble in dilute (2M) ammonia solution, silver bromide
  8. Not as badly hit as the larger gold-rush cities of Sydney and Melbourne, and, silver , and lead discoveries at Broken Hill provided some relief. Only one year of
  9. The region of the Lesser Caucasus accounts for most of the country's gold, silver , iron, copper,titanium, chromium,manganese, cobalt,molybdenum, complex ore
  10. Death and before entering the afterlife's planes of existence (before the, silver ,cord is broken),followed by a judgment, more akin to a Final Review or End
  11. Juice cases. Other famous works include the Silver Clouds – helium filled, silver ,Mylar, pillow-shaped balloons. A Silver Cloud was included in the traveling
  12. S stone," which was said to be capable of turning base metals into gold or, silver , and also act as an elixir of life that would confer youth and immortality upon
  13. Status),number 6 in Germany, and number 12 in the UK, winning a, silver ,award, and achieving gold status in Finland. The single" If I Thought You'd
  14. Right half is split into two slivers and black triangles. Two diagonally-crossed, silver ,swords with golden handles rest on top. The town has had a coat of arms since
  15. Against heavy opposition, although its impact was negligible at this point:, silver ,was discovered in Glen Ormond that year, agricultural was well underway, and
  16. Of the same origin),Argyrotoxus (; Ἀργυρότοξος, Argurotoxos, literally " with, silver ,bow" ), Hecaërgus (; Ἑκάεργος, Hekaergos, literally " far-shooting" ), and
  17. By the Inuit people. Native copper, however,was found worldwide, along with, silver , gold and platinum, which were also used to make tools, jewelry,and other
  18. Explosive products are formed. Prolonged contact of ammonia solutions with, silver , mercury or iodide salts can also lead to explosive products: such mixtures are
  19. Bromide (Agar) is only soluble in concentrated ammonia solution, whereas, silver , iodide (AGI) is insoluble in aqueous ammonia. Amine complexes of chromium (
  20. James Price claimed to have produced a powder that could transmute mercury into, silver ,or gold. Robert Boyle (1627–1691),better known for his studies of gases (cf
  21. Feasting. Legend says that he was laid to rest in a triple coffin made of gold, silver , and iron, along with some spoils of his conquests. His men diverted a
  22. He decreased the silver purity of the Darius from 89 % to 83.5 % — the actual, silver ,weight dropping from 2.88 grams to 2.68 grams. Scholars place Antoninus Pius as
  23. As a paste and then heated until the mercury vaporized, leaving the gold, silver , or tin behind. Mercury was often used in mining, to extract precious metals
  24. Europe. There is a long history of mining in the Andes, from the Spanish, silver ,mines in Potosí in the 16th century to the vast current porphyry copper
  25. Cinnabar for thousands of years. Mercury dissolves many metals, such as gold, silver , and tin, to form amalgams (an alloy in a soft paste, or liquid form at
  26. With standard sacks of grain and the Eben, a weight of roughly of copper or, silver , forming a common denominator. Workers were paid in grain; a simple laborer
  27. A horse trainer, one of whose horses, Sir Mattie, ridden by Ian Stark, won two, silver ,medals at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, South Korea. Following the death
  28. In purchasing land for his soldiers to settle upon. In 28 BC, he melted down 80, silver , statues erected in his likeness and in honor of him, an attempt of his to
  29. In Abimelech’s lands. Further, Abimelech gave Abraham a thousand pieces of, silver ,to serve as Sarah's vindication before all. Abraham then prayed in behalf of
  30. Defined as the current that would deposit grams of silver per second from a, silver ,nitrate solution. Later, more accurate measurements revealed that this current
  31. Am (III) by oxidation with ammonium per sulfate in dilute nitric acid, with, silver , ( I) oxide in perchloric acid, or with ozone or sodium per sulfate in sodium
  32. 1898,Wallace wrote a paper advocating a pure paper money system, not backed by, silver ,or gold, which impressed the economist Irving Fisher so much that he dedicated
  33. Cleaning and fabricating pearls, and the manufacture of imitation gold and, silver , These writings lack the mystical, philosophical elements of alchemy, but do
  34. In natural resources, such as petroleum, forests,fish, water,rice, copper and, silver , Manufacturing in Asia has traditionally been strongest in East and Southeast
  35. Is slightly outperformed by tin and silver and in the 700–3000 (near IR) by, silver , gold, and copper. Aluminum is a good thermal and electrical conductor, having
  36. The frugal emperor had to debase the Roman currency. He decreased the, silver ,purity of the Darius from 89 % to 83.5 % — the actual silver weight dropping
  37. Mercury was often used in mining, to extract precious metals like gold and, silver ,from their ores. Many ancient civilizations alloyed metals for purely aesthetic
  38. To 0.5 parts per million, comparable to thallium at 0.5 parts per million and, silver ,at 0.07 ppm. Even though this element is not abundant, it is found in over 100
  39. In the world. The Bolivian Andes produce principally tin although historically, silver ,mining had a huge impact on the economy of 17th century Europe. There is a long
  40. In the Battle of Babelsberg the same year. The diagonally divided field in, silver ,and black came from the old crest of the Counts of Babelsberg, while the white
  41. Oxide. It also forms explosive fulminating compounds with compounds of gold, silver , mercury, germanium or tellurium, and with Sabine. Violent reactions have also
  42. Halides: silver chloride (AGC) is soluble in dilute (2M) ammonia solution, silver ,bromide (Agar) is only soluble in concentrated ammonia solution, whereas
  43. This complex can also help to distinguish between precipitates of the different, silver ,halves: silver chloride (AGC) is soluble in dilute (2M) ammonia solution
  44. Single piece of aluminum cast at the time, when aluminum was as expensive as, silver , The Cowley companies supplied aluminum alloy in quantity in the United States
  45. 56 years, though only four" year-names" survive. Trade extended from the, silver ,mines of Anatolia to the laps Pauli mines in Afghanistan, the cedars of
  46. In the New World. Rio de la Plate and Argentina derive their names from the, silver ,of Potosí. Currently, mining in the Andes of Chile and Peru place these
  47. Angoras. Today, Angora goats produce white, black (deep black to grass and, silver ,), red (the color fades significantly as the goat gets older),and brownish
  48. Union. At NASA, those who complete astronaut candidate training receive a, silver ,lapel pin. Once they have flown in space, they receive a gold pin. U. S.
  49. Was visually different from its predecessor in that it eliminated the flat, silver ,back, and large antenna square for a curved glossy black or white back.
  50. Of gold. If everyone decided, for example, to convert all his bank deposits to, silver ,or copper or any other good, and thereafter declined to accept checks as

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