Month: May 2018

How Does Aluminum Alloy Protect Ships from Corrosion?

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Anti-corrosion of aluminum alloy refers to the anti-corrosion of ship hull, which is essentially related to the service life of the ship. The corrosion resistance of ship hull depends on the corrosion resistance of raw materials and the anti-corrosion technical measures of repairing ship hull, especially the latter. Cladding protective layer In the mid-1960s, the […]

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An Accidental Discovery

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In the fall of a one year, the drug dealer of the German state of Hanover, Stromile, visited the city of Hildesheim. His other two identities are the professor of Drug Administration at Hanover and professor of chemistry at the University of Gottingen. At the drugstore, he found zinc carbonate in the bottles that were labeled […]

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What Can Molybdenum Compounds be used for?

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Catalyst  Molybdenum base catalysts are widely used. When combined with cobalt and nickel, molybdenum is used in the petroleum industry because it can remove sulfur from organic sulfur compounds that are commonly found in crude oil. The application of molybdenum base catalysts will increase because of the further expansion of world crude oil supply and […]

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What Are the Uses of Titanium in Bicycle Industry?

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Titanium was used for bicycles and wheelchair frames in the mid-1980s. Bicycle frames There are now nearly 50 companies producing titanium bicycles. Ninety percent of the world’s titanium frames come from several original equipment manufacturers (OE), and the remaining 10% is produced by the United States itself. The United States is already the largest producer […]

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How Much Do You Know About Tantalum Niobium?

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The atomic sequences of tantalum (Ta) and niobium (Nb) are 73 and 41 respectively, both of which are located in the area of the excessive element of VB. They are often symbiotic in nature and are important refractory metals. They have many excellent properties, such as high melting point, high boiling point, low vapor pressure, […]

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