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Most base metals in acidic solution precipitate in contact with free sulfide, e. g. from H < sub > 2 </ sub > S or NaHS.
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Most Apiaceae are annual, biennial or perennial herbs ( frequently with the leaves aggregated toward the base ), though a minority are shrubs or trees.
Most of Berkeley lies on a rolling sedimentary plain that rises gently from sea level to the base of the Berkeley Hills.
Most coins presently are made of a base metal, and their value comes from their status as fiat money.
Most natural dyes are mordant dyes and there is therefore a large literature base describing dyeing techniques.
Most species of spiders hang from silk during the entire process, either dangling from a drop line, or fastening their claws into webbed fibres attached to a suitable base.
Most of the positional base 10 numeral systems in the world have originated from the Indian subcontinent, where the concept of positional numeration was first developed.
Most base metals ( copper, lead, zinc, nickel ) are traded internationally on the London Metal Exchange, with smaller stockpiles and metals exchanges monitored by the COMEX and NYMEX exchanges in the United States and the Shanghai Futures Exchange in China.
Most PCR methods typically amplify DNA fragments of up to ~ 10 kilo base pairs ( kb ), although some techniques allow for amplification of fragments up to 40 kb in size. The reaction produces a limited amount of final amplified product that is governed by the available reagents in the reaction and the feedback-inhibition of the reaction products.
Most significant tornadoes form under the storm's updraft base, which is rain-free, making them visible.
Most of these tags passively respond to RFID readers ( e. g. at the cashier ), but active RFID tags are available which periodically transmit location information to a base station.
Most of the current is carried by electrons moving from emitter to collector as minority carriers in the P-type base region.
Most legislatures prefer to base liability on either intention or recklessness and, faced with the need to establish recklessness as the default mens rea for guilt, those practising in most legal systems rely heavily on objective tests to establish the minimum requirement of foresight for recklessness.
Most were produced with a pointed base to allow upright storage by embedding in soft ground, such as sand.
Most pans sold specifically as sauté pans have a wide flat base and low sides, to maximize the surface area available for heating.
Most of the base will be from a single year vintage with producers blending anywhere from 10 – 15 % ( even as high as 40 %) of wine from older vintages.
Most of these 108 Karanas have a central, static pose as a base, i. e. the dancer is usually supposed to stop and maintain it for a very brief duration ( 0. 5 sec ).
Most revolver cartridges have a rim at the base of the case that is larger than the case body is and which seats against or into the cylinder block to provide headspace control ( to keep the cartridge from moving too far forward in the cylinder chamber ) and to provide for easy extraction in guns using a claw extractor ( most double-action designs ).
Most visitors use the park as a base for water-based activities on Lake Eildon, such as power boating and water ski-ing.
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Most macroscopic inorganic solids are polycrystalline, including almost all metals, ceramics, ice, rocks, etc.
Most of the country's products are in engineering, especially in automobiles, machinery, metals, and chemical goods.
Most of the other metals, where the first-mentioned tendency dominates, are nonmagnetic ( e. g. sodium, aluminium, and magnesium ) or antiferromagnetic ( e. g. manganese ).
Most rackets are now made of composite materials including carbon fibre, fiberglass, metals such as titanium alloys or ceramics.
Most metals and ceramics, along with many other materials, are isotropic, and their mechanical properties are the same in all orientations.
Most usable metallic ores in the Earth's crust are oxides or sulfides, and as such do not manifest the properties of refined metals.
Most metals are crystalline in their solid state, which means they have a highly ordered arrangement of atoms.
Most of the industry here revolves around mining precious metals as well as the manufacture of drywall and masonry materials.
Most crystal scintillators require high-purity chemicals and sometimes rare-earth metals that are fairly expensive.
Most definitions of the term ' refractory metals ' list the extraordinarly high melting point as a key requirement for inclusion.
Most die castings are made from non-ferrous metals, specifically zinc, copper, aluminium, magnesium, lead, pewter and tin based alloys.
Most commonly, allyl ligands bind to metals via all three carbon centers, the so-called η < sup > 3 </ sup >- binding mode.