Zinc. Pay for 85% (eighty-five percent) of the final zinc content, subject to a minimum deduction of 8 (eight) units, at the official London Metal Exchange cash settlement quotation for zinc, as published in the Metal Bulletin in US$ and averaged over the quotational period. Silver
Zinc. —The results obtained for this metal below X 2025-5 A are given in Table II, together with the results of Eder and Yalenta and of Saunders,* who all used a zinc spark as source. Those obtained by Wolff by the use of a prism spectrograph and a zinc vapour arc lamp are also included in the Table. Down to X 2025'5 A, the results obtained in the present work agreed closely with those of Eder and Yalenta and of Saunders. Between X2025 A and X 1600 A, Saunders gives a list of seventeen faint arc or spark lines, and Wolff three arc lines, for which no corresponding values were found in this work. •Table II.—Zinc Ultra-violet Spectra. Arc spectrum. Spark spectrum. Intensity. Eder andThe Authors. Wolff. Saunders. A (A). l/A. A(A). Y alenta. A(A).
Zinc. The concentration of Zn in the analysed plant samples was between 26.5-242.5 mg/kg (Fig 1). The highest concentration was recorded in Betulae folium (242.5 mg/kg) while the remaining three sample contents are much smaller (16.5-29.5 mg/kg). Zinc is essential trace element necessary for proper growth, blood clotting, thyroid function and protein and DNA synthesis. Zinc intake beyond permissible limits produces toxic effects on the immune system of the body and disrupts copper levels . The FAO/WHO permissible limit set for zinc in herbal medicines is 100 mg/kg . The obtained results indicate a significantly higher content of Zn in the medical plant Betulae folium than the permissible limit. Whereas the recommended daily dietary intake of zinc stands at about 15 mg (Table 1) [15, 17].
Zinc. Zinc levels in the existing Basin A and Diversion Basin water does not meet the criteria. Water recovered from the sediment removed from Basin A is expected to have a lower concentration than the water currently in Basin B, however it will not meet the criteria. The proposed dredging and de-watering project is expected to improve the water quality with respect to zinc. Water recovered from the sediment removed from the Diversion basin is expected to have a lower concentration than the water currently in Basin B and will not meet the criteria. The proposed dredging and de-watering project is expected to improve the water quality with respect to zinc.
Zinc. Zinc functions mainly as an essential constituent of cell enzyme systems and has a key role in protein digestion (Williams, 1993:253). A zinc deficiency can interfere with a variety of biological functions, such as gene expression, protein synthesis, skeletal growth, immunityand appetite (Müller & Krawinkel, 2005:282). Zinc deficiency is estimated to affect a third of the world’s population, and is the fifth leading risk factor for illness and disease in developing countries (IZNCG, 2004:149S). Globally, severe, prolonged episodes of diarrhoea are often the cause of zinc deficiency. Signs of deficiency in this situation include failure to thrive and a classical skin rash (Williams, 2005:410). A low weight-for-age is associated with micronutrient deficiency and zinc deficiency contributes to growth retardation in young children (Caulfield et al., 2004:195). Human milk contains high levels of bioavailable zinc, but the content decreases over the first six months of lactation. Late (after three to four months of age) zinc deficiency can occur if extremely low birth weight (less than one kg) preterm infants are fed human milk (Müller & Krawinkel, 2005:282). Good dietary sources of zinc to meet the nutritional need of infants and young children (see Table 2.3) are lean red meat, whole grain cereals, pulses and legumes (WHO/FAO, 1998).
Zinc. ZincUnit Minimum Maximum GUL mg/100 g 11 14Question 17.7.1Do you agree with these current values?Yes NoIf not please provide alternative values and the scientific justification to support your preferred values.Setting of Maximum or GUL Question 17.7.2Is there a need to include a maximum level or GUL, or not specified? Please provide justification for your answer.
Zinc. Notwithstanding the disclosures made by the Sellers in section 3B(u) of the Disclosure Schedule, the Seller shall be responsible for payment of any capital expenditures to the extent required to bring the Company into compliance with any and all environmental or health laws relating to the levels of zinc in the Company's discharge into the sewage system of the Town of Silver Lake, and any Losses resulting from noncompliance with said laws, without regard to the deductible under section 7(b)(vii). Any such capital expenditures shall first be paid out of the Escrow Funds. Said capital expenditures and Losses shall not be subject to the cap under section 7(b)(viii) and any excess over the Escrow Funds shall be the joint and several liability of the Sellers. The Sellers shall have the reasonable discretion to determine and implement the most cost-effective approach to bringing the Company's facilities into compliance with environmental and health laws relating to levels of zinc, subject to consultation with Purchaser.
Zinc. Pay for 85% (eighty-five percent) of the final zinc content, subject to a minimum deduction of 8 (eight) units, at the official London Metal Exchange cash settlement quotation for Special High Grade Zinc, as published in the Metal Bulletin in US$ and averaged over the quotational period. Silver Deduct 3 (three) ounces per dry metric ton of the Concentrate and pay for 70% (seventy percent) of the balance of the final silver content at the LBMA spot quotation for silver, as published in the Metal Bulletin in US$ and averaged over the quotational period. PURCHASE CONTRACT 103-11CMX-019-0-P Gold Deduct 2 (two) grams per dry metric ton of the Concentrate and pay for 70% (seventy percent) of the balance of the final Gold content at the LONDON FINAL quotation for gold, as published in the Metal Bulletin in US$ and averaged over the quotational period. Deduction Treatment Charge US$ 212 (US$ two hundred and twelve) per dry metric ton of the Concentrate delivered basis DAP Manzanillo, Mexico or parity. This treatment charge is based on an applicable zinc price of US$ 2,300 per dry metric ton and will be: • Increased by US$ 0.12 for each US$ 1.00 (US$ one) the applicable zinc price exceeds US$ 2,300 per dry metric ton; All fractions pro rata. Penalties None one, subject to maximum contents as follow: Fe < 6% SiO2 < 3% Cd < 0.4% As+Sb <0.5% QUOTATIONAL PERIOD The quotational period for all payable metals shall be the month following the Month of arrival at the warehouse (M+1). PAYMENT All payments shall be made in US$ by telegraphic transfer. Provisional Payment 90% (ninety percent) of the provisional invoice value of the Concentrate, based on the final wet weight, final moisture, provisional assays and the metal forward LME prices referred to the contractual QP at the date of invoice is issued, shall be paid 10 (ten) calendar days after the truck to delivery to the Manzanillo warehouse against the presentation of the following documents: