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    European journal of pediatrics 132 (1979), S. 271-276 
    ISSN: 1432-1076
    Keywords: Exostoses ; Benign osteochondromas ; Bone tumors ; Radiation therapy ; Radium-224 ; Thorium X
    Source: Springer Online Journal Archives 1860-2000
    Topics: Medicine
    Notes: Abstract Exostoses are benign cartilaginous tumors of bone. They can occur naturally or be induced by radiation therapy during the time of skeletal growth. We have observed exostoses in 28 of 218 children given repeated injections of radioactive bone-seeking 224Ra. The younger the age at irradiation, the higher the incidence of exostoses. Boys are more susceptible than girls. To our knowledge, none of these radiation-induced exostoses have become malignant, although 36 of these children have developed bone sarcomas elsewhere in the skeleton.
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    ISSN: 0044-2313
    Keywords: Chemistry ; Inorganic Chemistry
    Source: Wiley InterScience Backfile Collection 1832-2000
    Topics: Chemistry and Pharmacology
    Description / Table of Contents: Contributions to the Thermal Behaviour of Sulfates. III. The Behaviour of CdSO4 at High TemperatureThe behaviour of CdSO4 was studied by means of high temperature Guinier photographs in the temperature range of 20 to 960°C. Except N-CdSO4 which is the thermodynamically stable modification at STP, there are 3 high temperature modifications (M, H1 and H2-CdSO4) of which only metastable M-CdSO4 can be obtained kineticly stable at room temperature. The lattice constants and the structure type of H1- and H2-CdSO4 were determined. The structure of H1-CdSO4 is closely related with that of N-CuSO4 but in difference of N-CuSO4 it has a superlattice. H1-CdSO4 crystallizes orthorhombic with a325°C = 17.80 Å, b325°C = 7.35 Å, c325°C = 4.84 Å, Z = 8.H2-CdSO4 crystallizes hexagonal with a850°C = 5.01 Å, c850°C = 7.64 Å, Z = 2 in a modified NaKSO4 structure type (space group P 3m 1) with Cd2+ only in the Na+ positions. The temperatur and sequence of transitions as well as the thermal expansion of N- and M-CdSO4 was determined
    Notes: Mit Heizguinieraufnahmen wurde das Verhalten von CdSO4 im Temperaturbereich von 25-960°C untersucht. Außer der bei Raumtemperatur thermodynamisch stabilen Modifikation (N-CdSO4) existieren 3 Hochtemperaturmodifikationen (M, H1 und H2-CdSO4), von denen nur das metastabile M-CdSO4 bei Raumtemperatur kinetisch stabil zu erhalten ist. Metrik und Strukturtyp von H1- und H2-CdSO4 wurden bestimmt. H1-CdSO4 ist mit N-CuSO4 strukturverwandt, besitzt jedoch eine Überstruktur. Es kristallisiert orthorhombisch mit a325°C = 17,80 Å, b325°C = 7,35 Å, c325°C = 4,84 Å, Z = 8. H2-CdSO4 kristallisiert hexagonal mit a850°C = 5,01 Å, c850°C = 7,64 Å, Z = 2 in einem modifizierten NaKSO4-Typ (RG: P 3m 1); Cd2+ nur auf Na+-Punktlagen. Temperatur und Verlauf der Umwandlungen sowie die thermische Dilatation von N- und M-CdSO4 wurden bestimmt.
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    ISSN: 0044-2313
    Keywords: Chemistry ; Inorganic Chemistry
    Source: Wiley InterScience Backfile Collection 1832-2000
    Topics: Chemistry and Pharmacology
    Description / Table of Contents: Contributions to the Thermal Behaviour of Sulfates. II. On the Thermal Dehydration of ZnSO4 · 7 H2O and the Effect of High Temperature upon Anhydrous ZnSO4The dehydration of ZnSO4 · 7 H2O and effect of high temperature upon unhydrous ZnSO4 was examined by means of continous high temperature Guinier photographs. On heating in air ZnSO4 · 7 H2O decomposes stepwise to ZnSO4 · 6 H2O, to an unknown hydrate, to the monohydrate and finally to N—ZnSO4, which is the thermodynamically stable modification at S.T.P. At about 700°C a reversible transformation to H-ZnSO4 can be observed which can start from N—ZnSO4 or H-ZnSO4, proceeds to the oxide sulfate Zn3O(SO4)2 and finally to ZnO.ZnSO4 · 6 H2O crystallizes monoclinically in the hexahydrite structure with a25°C = 9.981 Å, b25°C = 7.250 Å, c25°C = 24.280 Å, β25°C = 98.45°, Z = 8, space group: C 2/c. Cubic H-ZnSO4 is the first A2+B6+O4 compound of H-Cristobalit structure; probable space group F 43 m with a700°C = 7.18 Å, Z =4, N-Zn3O(SO4)2 is monoclinic probable space group B 2 with a25°c=13.987 Å, b25°c=6.706 Å, c25°c =7.379 Å β25°c=90.69°, Z=4, Above 420°C N-Zn3(SO4)2 becomes orthorhombic where at first of all H′-Zn3O(SO4)2 which has a reversible transformation point to H-Zn3O(SO4)2 at 655°C is formed. The probable space group of H-Zn2O(SO4)2 is C 2221 with a 850°C = 7.36 Å, b350°C = 13.96 Å, c850°C = 6.79 Å Z = 4, The solid solution N—Cu1,5Zn1,5O(SO4)2 is isotypic with N—Zn3O(SO4)2 and has the lattice constants a25°C = 14.03 Å, b25°C = 6.62 Å, c25°C = 7.33 Å, β25°C = 90.58°, Transoformations into the non quenchable high temperature modifications H-ZnSO4, H′-Zn3O(SO4)2 and H-Zn3O(SO4)2 are displacive. The thermal expansion of N-ZnSO4 and H-ZnSO4 and H-ZnSO4 has been exa-mined.
    Notes: Mit kontinuierlichen Heizguinieraufnahmen wurde die Dehydratisierung von ZnSO4 · 7 H2O und das Hochtemperaturverhalten von wasserfreiem ZnSO4 untersucht. Der Abbau von ZnSO4 · 7 H2O verläuft an der Luft über das 6-Hydrat, eine unbekannte Hydratphase und das 1-Hydrat zum N-ZnSO4, der Normaltemperaturform; bei etwa 700°C wird die reversible Umwandlung in H-ZnSO4 beobachtet. Die Thermolyse, die von N-ZnSO4 oder H-ZnSO4 ausgehen kann, verläuft über das Oxidsulfat Zn3O(SO4)2 weiter zum ZnO.ZnSO4 · 6 H2O kristallisiert monoklin im Hexahydrit (MgSO4 · 6 H2O)-Typ mit a25°C = 9,981 Å b25°c = 7,250 Å, c25°C = 24,280 Å, β25°C = 98,45°, Z = 8, RG: C 2/c. Das kubische H-ZnSO4 ist die erste A2+B6+O4-Verbindung mit H-Cristobalit-Struktur; wahrscheinliche RG: F 43 m mit a700°C = 7,18 Å, Z = 4. N—Zn3O(SO4)2 ist monoklin mit der wahrscheinlichen RG: B 2 mit a25°C = 13,987 Å b25°C = 6,706 Å, c25°C = 7,379 Å, β25°C = 90,69°, Z = 4. Oberhalb 420°C wird das Oxidsulfat orthorhombisch, wobei zunächst H′-Zn3O(SO4)2 entsteht, das bei 655°C reversibel in H-Zn3O(SO4) übergeht. Für H-Zn2O(SO4)2 ist die wahrscheinliche RG: C 2221 mit a850°C = 7,36 Å, b 850°C = 13,96 Å, c850°C = 6,79 Å, Z = 4. Der Mischkristall N—Cu1,5 Zn1,5O(SO4)2 ist isotyp mit N-Zn3O(SO4)2 und besitzt die Gitterkonstanten a25°C = 14,03 Å, b25°C = 6,62 Å, c25°C = 7,33 Å, β25°C = 90,58°, Z = 4. Die Umwandlungen in die nicht abschreckbaren Hochtemperaturformen (H-ZnSO4 H'-Zn3O(SO1)2 und H-Zn3O(SO4)2) erfolgen displaziv. Die thermische Dilatation von N-ZnSO4 und H-ZnSO4 wurde ermittelt.
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