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  • Article - 4 May 2001
    These alloys are light weight, high strength and cheaper than zirconium containing nagnesium alloys. They find applications in the aeropsace, automotive industries as well as electronics, sporting...
  • Article - 4 May 2001
    The 1937 discovery of the intense grain refining effect of zirconium was a major step forward in the development of magnesium alloys.
  • Article - 9 Nov 2021
    An aluminum-scandium alloy developed by RUSAL, the Russian aluminum producer, was recently approved for use in the shipbuilding industry by Russian authorities. The new alloy is lighter and stronger...
  • Article - 4 Sep 2017
    An XRF monitor sample is mainly used for correcting instrumental drift over time.
  • Article - 8 Aug 2012
    Shipping samples off-site is simply too slow, expensive, and time consuming. Thermo Scientific portable XRF analyzers provide lab-quality results with ease and in seconds rather than days, virtually...
  • Article - 20 Sep 2005
    The role of crystal chemistry in developing ceramic materials for high level radioactive waste immobilisation is reviewed. Synroc, a ceramic material utilising 4 titanate phases was produced that was...
  • Article - 14 Jun 2013
    Magnesium is a really lightweight metal that can be readily machined with excellent strength-to-weight ratio. These favorable properties allow this metal to be die cast.
  • Article - 19 Sep 2005
    Metal Matrix Composite’s (MMCs) have gained increasing interest recently. In this paper, latest developments in carbon fiber reinforced magnesium alloys are presented. Results show show an increase in...
  • Article - 14 Jun 2013
    Magnesium alloys contain a combination of magnesium with other metals such as aluminum, manganese, copper, zinc, silicon, rare earths and zirconium. These alloys are some of lightest materials...
  • Article - 20 Apr 2013
    Magnesium is the eighth most abundant element present in the earth’s crust, most of it is dissolved in sea water. Application of magnesium is restricted by its property to be easily ignited (both in...