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Such studies of heteroatomic polynuclears led him to propose a "newer picture" of a carcinogenic hydrocarbon, helping the generalise the classical K-region hypothesis.

Hydrazine has its own disadvantages, being a very caustic and volatile chemical as well as being toxic and

Instead, there are sharp jumps around milestone carat weights, as demand is much higher for diamonds weighing just more than a milestone than for those weighing just less.

Diamonds produced from Avontuur average approximately 0.2 carat (40 mg) in weight and more than 80% are of gem quality and good, white colour.

Although originally silver on the inside, the trophy became so corroded through celebratory champagne fillings that it is now plated with 22 carat gold for protection.

The japanese versions were divided into 3 models: Reflet (normal), Glanza (sports), and carat (classic).

The Sandberg deposit is expected to contain up to 70,000 carats, with a gross value of approximately $60 million at an average expected price of $880 per carat.

It has a tail three and a half feet long; the bit of its bridle is of twenty-three-carat gold; its shoes are of silver." Shank: 18 carat yellow gold.

Either 24 carat gold plated or chrome plated.

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