• Adamsite-(Y) - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adamsite-(Y) Adamsite-(Y) (previously IMA 1999-020), chemical formula NaY(CO 3) 2 ·6H 2 O is a mineral of sodium, yttrium, carbon, oxygen, and hydrogen. It is named after Frank Dawson Adams (1859–1942), professor of geology, McGill University. Its Mohs scale rating is 3. External links.
  • Adamsite - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adamsite Adamsite or DM is an organic compound; technically, an arsenical diphenylaminechlorarsine, that can be used as a riot control agent.DM belongs to the group of chemical warfare agents known as vomiting agents or sneeze gases. First synthesized in Germany by Heinrich Otto Wieland in 1915, it was independently developed by the US chemist Roger Adams (for whom it is named) at the University of ...
  • Adamsite-(Y) Mineral Data

    webmineral.com/data/Adamsite-(Y).shtml PE Adamsite-(Y) = 87.57 barns/electron U=PE Adamsite-(Y) x r electron = 189.50 barns/cc. Radioactivity: GRapi = 9,505.70 (Gamma Ray American Petroleum Institute Units) Concentration of Adamsite-(Y) per GRapi unit = 105.20 (PPM) Adamsite-(Y) is Radioactive as defined in 49 CFR 173.403. Greater than 70 Bq / gram. ...
  • Adamsite-(Y) mineral information and data

    www.dakotamatrix.com/mineralpedia/8678/adamsite-y Adamsite-Y should not be confused by name with Adamsite, which is a variety of muscovite. Snow white fibrous crystals. A rare late-stage, low-temperature hydrothermal mineral in an alkalic pegmatite dike associated with an intrusive alkalic gabbro-syenite complex.
  • Adamsite-(Y) NaY(CO3 2 6H2O - Handbook of Mineralogy

    www.handbookofmineralogy.org/pdfs/adamsite-(Y).pdf Adamsite-(Y) NaY(CO3)2• 6H2O c 2001-2005 Mineral Data Publishing, version 1 Crystal Data: Triclinic, pseudo-orthorhombic if twinned. Point Group: 1. Crystals are acicular to fibrous, to 2.5 cm, elongated along [001], flattened on {001}, showing {010} and {001}; in spherical radiating groups, which rarely are reticulated.
  • Adamsite-(Y) - Mindat.org

    www.mindat.org/gm/7088 The fibrous adamsite-(Y) in the center spans ~ 1½ x 2½ cm. Via Jean-Pierre Beckerich. From the Poudrette pegmatite. MOB coll. The adamsite-(Y) sits on a "boulder" ~ 19 x 10 x 8 cm that I'm afraid to trim for fear of losing the adamsite-(Y). It flies off if you sneeze! Other parts of this "boulder" have nice fresh petersenite-(Ce) xls and ...
  • Adamsite-(Y) (TL)

    www.saint-hilaire.ca/en/adams.htm Formerly UK-96 and UK-106, adamsite was found in a large alkaline pegmatite dike in the south corner of the Poudrette quarry. It was first collected by Gilles Haineault in 1992 and designated UK-96. A good deal of material was collected in 1998 by various collectors, including the Horvaths and Peter Tarassoff who provided the type material ...
  • Adamsite-(Y) & Shomiokite-(Y)

    e-rocks.com/item/sym799341/adamsite-y-shomiokite-y Poudrette Quarry, Mont Saint-Hilaire, Québec, Canada - Sprays of thin adamsite-y crysatls with white blades of shomiokite-y.
  • Adamsite-(Y) - | e-Rocks Mineral Auctions

    e-rocks.com/item/sym791589/adamsite-y Poudrette Quarry, Mont Saint-Hilaire, Québec, Canada - Nice sprays of adamsite-y on matrix. 
  • ADAMSITE (DM) : Vomiting Agent - CDC

    www.cdc.gov/niosh/ershdb/emergencyresponsecard_29750017.html DESCRIPTION: Adamsite (DM) is a vomiting compound that has been used as a riot-control agent (military designation, DM). It is released as an aerosol. Adverse health effects due to exposure to adamsite (DM) are generally self-limited and do not require specific therapy. Most adverse health effects resolve within 30 minutes.