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  • Article - 29 Apr 2013
    Magnesium is among the most abundantly available metals on the earth’s crust. Its applications are limited by its easily ignitable nature. It is commonly alloyed with non-ferrous metals like aluminum,...
  • Article - 29 Apr 2013
    Magnesium is the sixth most abundant metal on the Earth’s crust. Its applications are limited by its easily ignitable nature. It is alloyed with non-ferrous metals like aluminum, copper, nickel etc.
  • Article - 29 Apr 2013
    Magnesium is among the most abundantly available metals on the Earth’s crust. It is the lightest of all metals and easily machinable. It is commonly alloyed with aluminum, zinc, copper and other...
  • Article - 29 Apr 2013
    Magnesium is the lightest of all metals and is abundantly available on earth’s crust. It is easily ignitable in carbon dioxide and nitrogen environments. Aluminum, copper, zinc and nickel are some of...
  • Article - 23 Apr 2013
    Magnesium and its alloys are among the lightest engineering alloys known. Magnesium alloys are a combination of magnesium with metals such as aluminium, zirconium, copper, manganese, zinc, silicon,...
  • Article - 23 Apr 2013
    Magnesium is the lightest known metal and the sixth most abundantly available metal on the earth’s crust. It is known for its easily ignitable property. Magnesium is usually alloyed with non-ferrous...
  • Article - 23 Apr 2013
    Magnesium is the lightest known metal and is also easily ignitable. Magnesium is usually alloyed with non-ferrous metals such as aluminum, lead, zinc, etc.
  • Article - 23 Apr 2013
    Magnesium is the sixth most abundantly available metal on the earth’s crust, most of it is found in sea water. It is the lightest and easily ignitable metal, gets ignited in both nitrogen and carbon...
  • Article - 23 Apr 2013
    Magnesium is a silvery white metal, which is abundantly available in the earth’s crust. It is the lightest and most machinable of all metals. It is usually alloyed with non-ferrous metals.
  • Article - 31 Mar 2013
    Gallium nitride (GaN) is a direct bandgap semiconductor belonging to the III-V group and used commonly in light emitting diodes.