9 edition of Beryllium (Understanding the Elements of the Periodic Table: Set 3) found in the catalog.
June 30, 2007
by Rosen Publishing Group
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||48|
Beryllium definition is - a chemical element of the alkaline earth metal group with atomic number 4 that occurs naturally in minerals such as beryl and is steel-gray in color, light and strong but brittle, and is used chiefly as a hardening agent in alloys. same advantage in machining copper beryllium as other alloys. Carbide tools can be used to a greater advantage if production runs are long and/or close dimensional tolerances must be maintained. Because of the machining characteris - tics of all copper beryllium alloys, cutting tool life is excellent. Normally the tool life end point is a wearFile Size: 1MB.
Beryllium, chemical element that is the lightest member of the alkaline-earth metals of Group 2 of the periodic table. It is used in metallurgy as a hardening agent and in many outer space and nuclear applications. It is a steel-gray metal that is quite brittle at room temperature. Beryllium is an important metal that is used in a number of industries—including the defense, aerospace, automotive, medical, and electronics industries—because of its exceptional strength, stability, and heat-absorbing capability. It is found in a variety of technologies, including nuclear.
Beryllium produces health effects ranging from sensitization without evidence of disease to clinically apparent pulmonary disease. Chronic beryllium disease may be misdiagnosed as sarcoidosis. Immunologic tests can detect beryllium sensitization and help clinicians differentiate between chronic beryllium disease and other interstitial lung diseases. Beryllium oxide is an excellent heat conductor, with high strength and hardness, and acts as an electrical insulator in some applications. The United States, one of only three countries that process beryllium ores and concentrates into beryllium products, supplies most of the rest of the world with these products.
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Beryllium's effects on man have resulted from inhalation and direct dermal contact. Effects vary depending on the physical and chemical nature of the substance contacted. Many years of experience suggest that community related berylliosis does not occur when ambient air concentrations are maintained below mu.g/m/sup 3/ as a monthly average.
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2 theme: Children format: "x" - Choice of Hardcover/Softcover - Color - Photo BookPages: Geochemistry of beryllium: And genetic types of beryllium deposits (A Series of books in geology) by A. A Beryllium book (Author) ISBN.
This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. The digit and digit formats both work. Manufacturer: W.H. Freeman. This book introduces beryllium; its history, its chemical, mechanical, and physical properties including nuclear properties.
The 29 chapters include the mineralogy of beryllium and the preferred global sources of ore bodies. The identification and specifics of the industrial metallurgical processes used to form oxide from the ore and then metal from the oxide are thoroughly described.
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likes. Beryllium is available on AMAZON. : Beryllium (Be) has 12 known isotopes, but only one of these isotopes (9 Be) is stable and a primordial such, beryllium is considered a monoisotopic is also a mononuclidic element, because its other isotopes have such short half-lives that none are primordial and their abundance is very ium is unique as being the only monoisotopic element with both an even number.
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Beryllium Processors (Beryllium) Purpose. Before this study began, we knew that people exposed to beryllium may develop two forms of beryllium disease, acute and chronic.
These are lung diseases caused by exposure to beryllium. The acute form is a rare pneumonia-like disease that occurs shortly after very high exposures to beryllium. Beryllium is an amphoteric metal forming the strongly acidic Be 2+ and alkaline BeO 2 2− under different conditions.
Beryllium metal, carbonate, hydroxide, phosphate, and acetate dissolve in acids or alkalines. Beryllium also shows a very high affinity for oxygen, which predisposes it to the formation of insoluble phosphates (ATSDR ).
Beryllium. [Rick Adair] -- Looks at the element beryllium: it's properties, where it can be found, and how it is used. Print book: English: 1st edView all editions and formats: Summary: Looks at the element beryllium: it's properties, where it can be found, and how it is used.
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Beryllium sensitization (BeS) is found in 1% - 16% of exposed workers tested with the blood Beryllium Lymphocyte Proliferation Test (Saltini et al. ; Henneberger et al. Individuals may have BeS without disease, which is not associated with any symptoms or clinical abnormalities in pulmonary function tests or chest radiography.
Beryllium. (Book Reviews: Geochemistry of Beryllium and Genetic Types of Beryllium Deposits)Author: Robert R. Coats. Beryllium produces a range of health effects from sensitization without evidence of disease to clinically apparent pulmonary disease.
Chronic beryllium disease may be misdiagnosed as sarcoidosis. New immunologic tests promise early detection of beryllium disease and differentiation from other.According to NIOSH (the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, ), "workers exposed to particles, fumes, mists and solutions from beryllium-containing materials may develop beryllium sensitization or chronic beryllium disease, a potentially disabling or even fatal respiratory disease.".Beryllium is a very rare metal that is almost never found in its pure form.
It is part of the alkaline earth metals group which makeup the second column of the period table. Characteristics and Properties In its free state beryllium is a strong, but brittle metal.