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A thoroughly modern magnesium process


University of Colorado Boulder engineers have revamped a World War II-era process for making magnesium that requires half the energy and produces a fraction of the pollution compared to today's leading methods. The breakthrough process, developed in the labs of Professor Alan Weimer, could vastly ...


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How best to stir a steel furnace, and beat corrosion


Two steel research projects led by Swansea University -- a better way to tackle corrosion, and more efficient use of furnaces -- are on a list of only eleven awards, across all subjects and the whole UK, by the Royal Society, one of the world's most prestigious scientific organisations. The ...


Carbolite and Gero become Carbolite-Gero


Carbolite GmbH, the German sales organization of the British company Carbolite Ltd., and Gero Hochtemperaturöfen GmbH & Co. KG will merge to form a new company - Carbolite-Gero GmbH & Co. KG - on 1 January 2015. This company will provide a portfolio of furnaces and ovens which covers a ...


Negative resistivity leads to positive resistance in the presence of a magnetic field


In a paper appearing in Nature's Scientific Reports, Dr. Ramesh Mani, professor of physics and astronomy at Georgia State University, reports that, in the presence of a magnetic field, negative resistivity can produce a positive resistance, along with a sign reversal in the Hall effect, in ...


Faster degreasing of aluminium foil

Corona method replaces annealing furnaces


Aluminium which is almost completely airtight is used in households and industry in order to keep food fresh and warm. For this purpose, a foil thickness of less than 0.007 millimetres – even thinner than a human hair – is already sufficient. In order to achieve this degree of thinness, the ...


REACH Candidate List of Substances of Very High Concern for Authorisation Grows


The European Chemicals Agency has added 14 chemical substances to the Candidate List of Substances of Very High Concern (SVHC) for authorisation. Companies manufacturing or importing these substances need to check their potential obligations that result from the listing. The substances which ECHA ...


ECHA to add 15 new substances of very high concern to the Candidate List


ECHA´s Member State Committee identified 15 new chemical substances for the Candidate List of substances of very high concern. The List will formally be updated in January 2010. The Member State Committee agreed unanimously that 15 new substances of very high concern (SVHC) should be put on the ...


Thermal Technology Expands Materials Process Laboratory


Thermal Technology recently expanded its on-site materials process laboratory in Santa Rosa, California. The lab serves both existing and potential customers through process development and verification, toll processing and pilot production. Skilled technical staff assist users in the ...


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Nanotubes take flight

Rice scientists use nanomaterials to grow flying carpets, 'odako' kites


With products that range from carpets to kites, you'd think Rice University chemist Bob Hauge was running a department store. What he's really running is a revolution in the world of carbon nanotechnology. In a paper published this month in Nano Research, Hauge's Rice University team describes ...


Polysius further strengthens their sinter and lime kiln business


Polysius AG in Beckum, Germany, entered into the field of high temperature kilns for producing sintered magnesia, dolomite and alumina, as well as multiple hearth furnaces for calcining fine-grained raw materials and slurries by the acquisition of Maerz Ofenbau AG, Zurich, Switzerland and RCE ...


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