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Athathlete
AthAll Time High
AthAtherosclerosis
AthAbove the Horizon
AthAround the Horn (ESPN show)
AthAluminum Trihydrate
AthA Toda Hora (Spanish: At All Times; Puerto Rico automatic teller machine)
AthAssociate of Theology (various schools)
AthAttention Hangup
AthAuthorization to Hire
AthAmerican Trading House (Newark, NJ)
AthAsk the Headhunter (est. 1995)
AthAdenotonsillar Hypertrophy
AthAir Transportable Hospital
AthAthwartship
AthAcceleration Time History
AthAbdominal Total Hysterectomy (surgery)
AthAvian Thymic Hormone
AthArmchair Treasure Hunt (UK)
AthAbsolute Threshold of Hearing
AthAutomatic THrottle
AthAttention Hang-Up
AthAndrews Travel House (UK)
AthAssign Thresholds (US DoD)
AthArtificial Time History
AthAsia Timber House (Malaysia)
AthAir Transat Holidays
AthAddicted to Hardstyle
AthAbbreviated Trouble History
AthAthens, Greece - Hellinikon (Airport Code)
AthArts Theme House (Duke University; Durham, NC)
AthApplications Techniques Hydrauliques (French hydraulics company)
AthArmored Trooper Heavy (Votoms)
AthAir Touraine Hélicoptère (French helicopter transportation company)
AthAUTODIN Transitional Hub
AthAlgorithm Test Harness
AthAxially Tilted Hyperbola (antenna)
AthAnders Tang Humor
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Standard alum coagulants are made from high-aluminum clays, while low-iron and iron-free grades are made from aluminum trihydrate, which can have a variety of impurities (Table 1).
The aluminum trihydrate is then ground and classified using the same procedures as other minerals, and is available in particle sizes from less than 1 [micro]m to several micrometers.
Aluminum trihydrate is low in cost and found abundantly in nature.
Widely used are chlorinated paraffins, antimony oxide, boron-compounds such as zinc borate, aluminum trihydrate and phosphate plasticizers.
Aluminum trihydrate splits off water, acting as an "internal extinguisher.
In this regard, magnesium hydroxide is similar to aluminum trihydrate, another more commonly used hydrated filler.
This fire retardant can be an inorganic filler, such as aluminum trihydrate, vermiculite, silicate, phosphate, carbonate, or other halogen-free agent.
Huber Engineered Materials recently introduced a flame retardant for pultrusion, resin transfer molding, and bulk molding/sheet molding compounding called MoldX A3 aluminum trihydrate (ATH).
New surface treatment technologies are opening up new applications for hydrated filler flame retardants such as magnesium hydroxide and aluminum trihydrate, says Gregory Coughlin, market development manager at Lonza, Inc.
Tsuei developed a benzoxazine resin mixed with a bisphenol A diglycidyl ether and bisphenol S resin containing ferrocene and aluminum trihydrates.