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    Manufacturer & suppliers of special chemicals, explosives, propellants, ammunition, pyrotechnic & ordnance components, demilitarization products, military equipment and machinery, law...
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    AMETEK Fluoropolymer Products (FPP) is the leading solutions provider for extremely corrosive industrial and ultrahigh purity applications. AMETEK FPP products include fluoropolymer tubing, pipe,...
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    Mayer Alloys stocks and supplies a complete line of tin and lead based alloys and lead free alloys. As the Master Distributor for AIM Solder, all material that they stock and supply are guaranteed and...
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    Baugh & Weedon is a leading UK manufacturer of MPI Benches, Eddy Current Sorting Bridges, Ultrasonic Thickness Gauges and MT / UT / ET Accessories. Established in 1967, Baugh & Weedon has a...
  • Article - 17 Jan 2003
    Researchers have found that the chips that are formed during the machining of metals consist of nanocrystals which are highly suited to manufacturing nanostructured materials with properties superior...
  • Article - 13 Jan 2003
    Antimony is an uncommon element that can be found pure or as a compound. Its extraction, properties and applications as a metal and compound are covered.
  • Article - 15 Feb 2002
    Every year, 200 million tungsten bullets are produced, each using an ounce of tungsten. That amounts to over 5500 tons or one-eighth of the current annual tungsten consumption across the globe.
  • Article - 4 Oct 2011
    This article outlines the history and properties of antimony. It then goes on to describe the main applications of antimony.
  • Article - 7 Jul 2004
    Scientists at the University of Virginia have announced the discovery of a non-magnetic amorphous material that is three times stronger than conventional steel and has superior anti-corrosion...
  • Article - 29 Jul 2001
    Black was the first person to recognize magnesium (Mg) as an element in 1755. Later, in 1808, Davy isolated this element by evaporating mercury from a magnesium amalgam.