• October 21, 2021

Strongest non ferric metals

A rare rare, ultra-strong non- ferrous metal has been discovered at a British research site.The researchers say it has the potential to provide a cheaper, more durable alternative to steel.The metal is called rhodium.It is composed of six protons, two neutrons and two electrons, and is found in rare earth metals such as rhodite.It has…

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US military says it’s considering a new generation of non-fibrous alloy materials

The US military is considering a range of new non-fabricated materials, which could include some of the strongest non-toxic, non-metallic elements on the planet, the Pentagon has said.Non-fiberglass composite materials could be a “great way” to reduce the size and weight of weapons systems, the service has said in a letter to the US Senate.The…

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The $3.8 trillion gold and silver market is booming as demand for metal from the energy sector grows

The U.S. gold and precious metal market is growing like never before, and it’s not slowing down anytime soon.As demand for metals from the renewables sector, auto-parts, automotive and aerospace sectors skyrocketed in recent years, the U.N. World Economic Forum (WEF) estimated in its annual Global Economic Outlook report that demand for the precious metal…

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The next great non-fibrous metals industry

Non-ferric metals are among the most valuable metals in the world, but their non-metallic properties make them highly valuable for use in electronics, solar panels, batteries, medical devices, solar thermal systems, and other industries.As the price of these materials has dropped, however, the non-metal properties of these metals have not.For example, there are numerous problems…

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How to keep a carbon footprint low in the carbon-free economy

NEW YORK — A new report from the non-profit Carbon Trusts estimates that 1084 nonferrous aluminum, steel and titanium materials used in consumer products could be replaced in the coming decade if all existing carbon capture and storage technologies were implemented.Non-ferric oxide (N2O) is a byproduct of the production of plastics, including plastics used in…

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Why the US may need to stop exporting non-fiber materials, a new report says

A report from the US Congressional Research Service has found that the country is using up all of its non-metal recyclables, and it doesn’t have enough non-metals to meet its environmental needs.“The US has about 5,000 tons of non-mesh scrap metal and another 4,000 tonnes of nonmetal scrap,” said John Rafferty, senior fellow at the…

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Why I don’t use magnetic tape to secure my iPhone

TechCrunch article Posted November 05, 2018 09:59:38 Magnetic tape is a type of adhesive that attaches to objects.It is used for the purpose of securing a device to the surface of another object, like a wall.It has a variety of uses.Magnetic tape can be used to secure a window to a door or window frame…

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When you think metal, think steel

A steel worker in New Jersey is making history when he’s earning $40,000 for each steel bar that he uses to cut steel in his mill.The man has become the first person in the United States to earn more than $1 million for cutting steel in a single year.He is a steel mill owner in…

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‘Cancer risk rises with every breath’: study

News.au.com/news/health/cancer-risk-rises-with-every-breath-study-study/article7b9a5e7e-2f8b-4d9d-b7c5-b4f5fb9af7a8 title Scientists uncover link between cancer risk and breathing air pollution article Researchers at the University of Otago have found a link between the exposure to particulate matter and lung cancer risk in both men and women.The research, which was published in the International Journal of Epidemiology, suggests that men and females with a…

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‘Huge’ price drops in US, Russia lead to huge drop in metals in 2016

A huge drop of about 60% in global prices of precious metals in the past year is a direct result of US-Russia trade disputes, according to a report published by the International Monetary Fund.The report, by the IMF’s research department, found that a reduction in the cost of metals in Russia could have a significant…

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