Highest Light
Jan 19th, 2012 by thesuper

Most of them had big bags and a simple, road pavement. Finally, slightly swaying, the train moved on. We are now at another stop. closer to the dream of a perfect vacation in the sunny corner of the Iron-Ukrainian port. Part 4: Once we have passed this small town, look at it was no good.

Plantations along the road stretched almost no space. The train got great speed, it seemed that it was the highest. I knew that the border was already close and tried to do not sleep. Turning away from the window, I looked at the trailing end of the corridor through the entire car. There was a light and lit scoreboard showed a time, then the temperature. Under the light music and shake the train a couple of times I've fell into a dream. And again train began to drop speed.

The number of paths around has increased dramatically. As usual, they were infinitely long freight trains. On top of everything was lit by bright light schemers. The latter was more than any other station. Easily can be read any number of the car. But here's the conductors have included light. With great reluctance wrinkled faces of passengers began to wake up. The sound of wheels became quieter and sleepy voices louder around. Doubts I had. It was the border. When the train stopped on both sides of it had melted the same passenger trains. Conductors are reminded that it is time to prepare a passport, but someone still can not wake up.

Batching Zinc
Jan 1st, 2012 by thesuper

Of resistance ligaments and dye, as well as their chemical compatibility is dependent resistance paint. Paint color is produced by the batching, adding and mixing several dyes. Dyes are mineral or organic. Mineral pigments are divided into two groups: a) natural dyes, such as iron oxide, ocher, etc., and b) synthetic dyes. Some came to us from antiquity.

For example, natural organic colors are: purple – from caterpillars, madder and indigo – from insects or plants. Modern colors mostly of chemical origin. They are produced in the processing of coal, oil, etc., White colors: antimony trioxide, lead oxide, zinc oxide, etc. Due to its high covering capacity and inertness to chemical attack, greater use is titanium dioxide. Black dyes: oxide iron, black mineral (graphite), black carbon, black animal and vegetable dyes.

Yellow dyes: natural and synthetic iron oxide on the basis of cadmium (cadmium sulfide), based on chromium (chromate of lead), based on zinc (zinc chrome-you). Red dyes: natural and synthetic iron oxide, cadmium red-based, orange and red based on molybdenum. Organic dyes: toluidine red. Violet dyes: synthetic iron oxide, organic dyes, indigo family. Blue colors: blue organic indotren, ultramarine blue, phthalocyanine blue organic, blue cyanide. Green dyes: oxide chromium, green, obtained by mixing yellow and blue dyes, pigments, etc. Metal: aluminum powder or glitter, powders, bronze, zinc and Zn-containing, etc. PAINTS feature is that they can be apply not only to painting. For example, zinc oxide is a metal, zinc, dissolved in a bundle in the following proportions: 95% of zinc powder and 5% of the bunch.

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