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- Emmanuel-Louis Gruner (1809–1883), a Swiss-French chemist who first analysed it. Amosite is a rare asbestiform variety of grunerite that was mined as asbestos predominantly...
- fibers are needle-like. Amosite, crocidolite, tremolite, anthophyllite and actinolite are members of the amphibole cl****. Amosite, CAS No. 12172-73-5 ,...
- to contain 25-40% asbestos, with amosite being the most common form of asbestos used, although a mixture of amosite and chrysotile was also common, and...
- example NA 2212 is all asbestos with UN 2212 limited to Asbestos, amphibole amosite, tremolite, actinolite, anthophyllite, or crocidolite. Another exception...
- chrysotile of the serpentine cl**** and those belonging to the amphibole cl****: amosite, crocidolite, tremolite, anthophyllite and actinolite. Short, fiber-like...
- actinolite/tremolite series. The ****mingtonite/grunerite series is often termed amosite or brown asbestos; riebeckite is known as crocidolite or blue asbestos...
- biopersistence of synthetic fibers after one year was 0.04–13%, but 27% for amosite asbestos. Fibers that persisted longer were found to be more carcinogenic...
- ****mingtonite has lower ferric iron and aluminium than anthophyllite. Amosite is a rare asbestiform variety of grunerite that was mined as asbestos only...
- installed fibrous, loose-fill amphibole asbestos (in most cases brown amosite, though instances of blue crocidolite have been recorded) as an insulation...
- quartz) Ametrine (variety of quartz) Ammolite (organic; also a gemstone) Amosite (asbestiform grunerite) Antozonite (variety of fluorite) Anyolite (metamorphic...
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