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  • Article - 21 Jan 2002
    Scheele discovered “Tungsten” in 1781; however, it took 150 years more before the efforts of Scheele and his successors led to the use of tungsten carbide in the industry.
  • Article - 14 May 2018
    Plastic or metal tubes, inserted into the lumen of anatomic ducts or vessels to keep the passageway open, are called stents. Stents have a characteristic mesh design composed of biocompatible metal or...
  • Article - 5 Feb 2016
    Many years ago, ferrous materials were rare, and were found only as debris of meteorites. Iron and its alloys were used only for accessories, such as cultural items or jewelry.
  • Article - 11 Jun 2013
    Stainless steel grade 353MA is an alloy with higher nickel content than the other steels. Max service temperature in air for this alloy is 1150°C (2102°F); however service below 950°C (1742°F) may...
  • Article - 30 Apr 2013
    Magnesium is a silvery-white chemical element with the symbol Mg and atomic number 12. Magnesium alloys contain magnesium as the chief metal along with alloy elements such as lead, aluminum, zinc, and...
  • 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 among the most abundantly available metals on the Earth’s crust. It is silvery white in appearance and exhibits good machinability. It is commonly alloyed with non-ferrous metals like...
  • Article - 29 Apr 2013
    Magnesium is a silvery white metal, abundantly available on the Earth’s crust. It is easily machinable and exhibits good ductility. It is commonly alloyed with non-ferrous metals like aluminum,...
  • Article - 29 Apr 2013
    Magnesium is a silvery-white metal that is principally used as an alloy element for aluminum, lead, zinc, and other non-ferrous alloys. It is ductile and the most machinable of all the metals....
  • 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.