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  • Article - 21 Jul 2001
    Silver metal in its pure state has a brilliant white metallic lustre and it is a little harder than gold and is very ductile and malleable. It has 3 commercial types and applications in jewellery,...
  • Article - 20 Jul 2001
    Gold is most widely known as a precious metal due to its high lustre and chemical inertness. It is also used for coinage, ornaments, jewellery, gilding, textile industry, radiation control,...
  • News - 29 Oct 2012
    This live, 60 minute webinar, co-sponsored with the Fashion Jewelry and Accessories Trade Association (FJATA ) will provide an overview of CPSIA, Prop. 65 requirements, ASTM Children's Standards,...
  • News - 13 Nov 2009
    Tooth enamel is hardest material in the human body because it's made almost entirely of minerals. As tough as it may be, however, enamel can be broken down by bacteria, forming cavities and...
  • News - 26 Dec 2008
    In the comics, the Phantom is a masked crimefighter who protected the innocent from pirates, hijackers and other evildoers. While not as dashing or exciting as its costumed namesake, this...
  • News - 14 Dec 2010
    Cool Glow has added glow in the dark paint to their product line, in their continuing commitment to offer an exciting and comprehensive range of glow products. Like Cool Glow's other products...
  • Article - 7 Feb 2001
    Brasses are alloys of copper and zinc (generally 5 to 40%). They are used for high pressure gas valves, gilding metals, plumbing systems and heat exchangers.
  • Article - 28 May 2013
    Pure copper has the best electrical and thermal conductivity of any commercial metal. It forms alloys more freely than most of the metals. Copper UNSC76400 is a nickel silver alloy that has pleasing...