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  • Article - 1 Oct 2013
    Cocoa beans are mainly cultivated in South America, West Africa, and Indonesia. This article looks at the mortar grinder sample processing of cocoa beans.
  • Article - 27 Aug 2013
    Manufacturers need to embrace new more efficient ways of working to meet the environmental, commercial and legislative demands of today’s market place. This article examines the potential of on-line...
  • Article - 15 Aug 2013
    Stellite alloys are a group of cobalt-chromium 'super-alloys' consisting of complex carbides in an alloy matrix predominantly designed for high wear resistance and superior chemical and corrosion...
  • Article - 16 Jul 2013
    Founder of Avomeen Analytical Services, Shri Thanedar, discusses how a variety of analytical techniques can be used to help develop new products as well as settle patent disputes.
  • Article - 4 Jul 2013
    Tungsten is abundantly available on earth’s crust; its resources are mainly found in China and North America. Tungsten has very high density and its melting point is the highest among metals.
  • Article - 4 Jul 2013
    Tungsten is a heavy metal with the highest melting point among metals. It is abundantly available in nature; tungsten resources are available in China and North America. The name ‘tungsten’ is derived...
  • Article - 3 Jul 2013
    INCOLOY alloy MA956 is an iron-chromium-aluminum alloy that is oxide dispersion strengthened and produced by mechanical alloying. Its production involves high-energy milling of metal powders to...
  • Article - 21 Jun 2013
    Rotary furnaces are the latest technology for high temperature processing of powdered materials. They inherently offer significant advantages of throughput and energy efficiency over other forms of...
  • Article - 20 May 2013
    In this interview, Stewart Bryan from Hosokawa Micron Ltd talks to AZoM about Hosokawa's huge product range, recent development and the future of the industry.
  • Article - 30 Apr 2013
    Magnesium is a silvery-white metal which is used as an alloy element for zinc, lead, aluminum, and other nonferrous alloys. It is highly flammable in its powdered form and soluble in water.