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MELAM is an Aviation waypoint.

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  1. Melam or Mathalam is the common name for percussion instruments that are unique to Tamil Nadu, Kerala and parts of South India. Those who plays melam are called 'Melakaar'. In ancient Tamilakam melam was used for all the occasions in temples, marriages, functions, funeral wake. In Kerala the most traditional of all melams is the Pandi Melam, which is generally performed outside the temple. Another melam called the Panchari Melam, which is similar to Pandi Melam, but the Panchari Melam is played inside the temple.
  2. Melam is a condensation product of melamine.

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Google previewElements of Chemistry: Organic chemistry (1869)

by William Allen Miller

Melam is a greyish-white granular powder, insoluble in cold water, and in alcohol and ether. Boiling water dissolves it sparingly, and deposits it in the form of a white voluminous powder. \Vhen boiled with a solution of potash it is dissolved, ...

Google previewHandbook of Thermoplastics, Second Edition (2016)

by Olagoke Olabisi, Kolapo Adewale

Melam is a homologue of melamine; it is not a heptazine like melem and ...

Google previewChemistry in Its Application to Agriculture and Physiology (1842)

by Justus Freiherr von Liebig, Lyon Playfair Baron Playfair

Melam is a compound of ...

Google previewElements of chemistry: theoretical and practical (1862)

by William Allen Miller

Melam is a greyish-white granular powder, insoluble in cold water, and in alcohol and ether. Boiling water dissolves it sparingly, and deposits it in the form of a white voluminous powder. When boiled with a solution of potash it is dissolved, ...

Google previewElements of Chemistry; including the applications of the science in the arts (1842)

by Thomas GRAHAM (Master of the Mint.)

Melam is a greyish white powder, not crystalline, insoluble in water, alcohol, and ether. It is decomposed by heat into mellon and ammonia. Melamine, C6N6H,s ( Liebig) ; a salifiable base formed by dissolving melam in 1 part of hydrate of ...

Google previewOrganic Chemistry in Its Applications to Agriculture and Physiology (1841)

by Justus Freiherr von Liebig, Lyon Playfair Baron Playfair, John White Webster

Melam is a compound of C12 Nu H9 ; it is a white powder insoluble in water, and, by the action of acids, converted into cyanuric acid and ammonia. Mmmelin, a saline base, represented thus, C6N6Hs02, a product of the decomposition of ...

Google previewPyre (2017)

by Perumal Murugan

Melam is a two-sided ...

Google previewOrganic chemistry (1862)

by William Allen Miller

Melam is a greyish-white granular powder, insoluble in cold water, and in alcohol and ether. Boiling water dissolves it sparingly, and deposits it in the form of a white voluminous powder. When boiled with a solution of potash it is dissolved, ...

Google previewA General Bibliographical Dictionary (1837)

by Friedrich Adolf Ebert

Melam de situ orbis. Ipse Mela longe quam antehac emendatior praemittitur. Hag . Com., Vlacq, 1658. 4°. — Ejusd. observationum ad Pomp. Melam appendix. Lond, Scott, 1686. 4°. Both pieces belong together; and in addition, Jac. Gronovii ...

Google previewEncyclopaedic Dictionary of Music (2005)

Nagaswaram is also known as melam and olaga. Nai : Panpipes of Romania; concave row of 20 pipes of different ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Chemistry, Practical and Theoretical. By J. C. Booth ... assisted by C. Morfit (1853)

monia and gently evaporating, forms a deliquescent white saline mass, which, when heated, evolves ammonia, then sulphuret of carbon, and lastly protosulphuret of ammonium; and if the heat be not carried too far, the residue is melam or ...

Google previewThe Universal English Dictionary (1869)

Comprising the Etymology, Definition, and Pronunciation of All Known Words in the Language, as Well as Technical Terms Used in Art, Science, Literature, Commerce, and Law by John Craig, P. Austin Nuttall

MELAM, melam, s.

Google previewThe Philadelphia Medical Dictionary (1808)

Containing a Concise Explanation of All the Terms Used in Medicine, Surgery, Pharmacy, Botany, Natural History, Chymistry, and Materia Medica by John Redman Coxe

Melam/ielos, black Vine. Melam/zhyllum, bearfs breech. митры/шт, helleborus niger, or black hellebore.

Google previewThe Gentleman and Lady's Key to Polite Literature; Or a Compendious Dictionary of Fabulous History, Etc (1780)

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