Definition of Platinoid. Meaning of Platinoid. Synonyms of Platinoid

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Definition of Platinoid

Platinoid
Platinoid Plat"i*noid, a. [Platinum + -oid.] Resembling platinum.
Platinoid
Platinoid Plat"i*noid, n. (Chem.) An alloy of German silver containing tungsten; -- used for forming electrical resistance coils and standards.

Meaning of Platinoid from wikipedia

- The platinum-group metals (abbreviated as the PGMs; alternatively, the platinoids, platinides, platidises, platinum group, platinum metals, platinum family...
- €/kg) the economics change substantially; silver becomes a byproduct of platinoid metal recovery from fission waste. In addition to being a fission product...
- Zdenek; Renard, Edouard V. (2005). "Potential Applications of Fission Platinoids in Industry" (PDF). Platinum Metals Review. 49 (2): 79. doi:10.1595/147106705X35263...
- country's timber. More than 95% of Russian resources of platinum and platinoids are concentrated in the krai. The krai's major industries are: non-ferrous...
- Kolarik, Zdenek; Renard, Edouard V. (2003). "Recovery of Value Fission Platinoids from Spent Nuclear Fuel. Part I PART I: General Considerations and Basic...
- segregating the rare isotopes in fission waste including the "fission platinoids" (Ru, Rh, Pd) and silver (Ag) as a way of offsetting the cost of reprocessing;...
- chromite ores. Sulfides ****ociated with peridotites form nickel ores and platinoid metals; most of the platinum used in the world today is mined from the...
- "Historical Review of the Swiss Precious Metals Control Act Focused on Platinoids". doi:10.1595/205651318x696701. Babel, Antony (1916). Histoire corporative...
- http://www.kiae.ru/eng/inf/tex/t52.html Potential Applications of Fission Platinoids in Industry, Zdenek Kolarik, Platinum Metals Review, 2005, 49, April (2)...
- mafic-ultramafic bodies with potential for nickel sulfides, chromite and platinoids. The Olympic Copper-Gold Province is a 650 km long corridor along the...
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