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2) A Binary Heap is either Min Heap or Max Heap. In a Min Binary Heap, the key at root must be minimum among all keys present in Binary Heap. The same property must be recursively true for all nodes in Binary Tree. Max Binary Heap is similar to MinHeap.

  Definition (Identity element.) Let be a binary operation on a set . An element is an identity element for (or just an identity for ) if

Binary monophosphides. Examples of group 1 include Na 3 P. Notable examples include aluminium phosphide , zinc phosphide , calcium phosphide exploiting their tendency to release toxic phosphine upon hydrolysis.

It is used to inactivate the foot-and-mouth disease virus [1] in vaccines for cattle , as well as other viruses and mycoplasma in blood samples.

Examples of group 1 include Na
3
P
. Notable examples include aluminium phosphide , zinc phosphide , calcium phosphide exploiting their tendency to release toxic phosphine upon hydrolysis. Magnesium phosphide (Mg 3 P 2 ) also is moisture sensitive. Indium phosphide (InP) and GaP are used as a semi-conductors, often in combination of related arsenides . [3] Copper phosphide (Cu 3 P) illustrates a rare stoichiometry for a phosphide. These species are insoluble in all solvents - they are 3-dimensional solid state polymers. For those with electropositive metals, the materials hydrolyze:

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T1 - Preparation of TiO2/Ag binary nanocomposite as high-activity visible-light-driven photocatalyst via graft polymerization

Binary chemical weapons are chemical weapons within the scope of the Chemical Weapons Convention and therefore their production, use and stockpiling is forbidden in most countries, as at least one of the individual chemicals is likely to be a Schedule 1 chemical for which large scale production is forbidden.

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