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  • Lynas owns the richest deposit of Rare Earths in the world at Mt Weld, 35km south of Laverton in Western Australia. A feasibility study has been completed on the Rare Earths deposit and all Australian...
  • Argonide is a world leader in the manufacture of nano powders, principally nano metals and nano alumina in spherical as well as fibrous form. Nanometals have a wide variety of uses including...
  • Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology has observed non-metallic behaviour in nanometer-scale clusters of the metal niobium when cooled to below 20 Kelvin. Posted May 22 2003
  • A ceramic material reinforced with carbon nanotubes has been made by materials scientists at UC Davis. The new material is tougher than conventional ceramics, conducts electricity and heat and can act...
  • Materials scientists have successfully reinforced alumina with carbon nanotubes. The improved properties and potential applications are outlined. Posted September 11 2003
  • Unexpected differences recently discovered between the elements niobium and tantalum may lead to more optimized electronic materials and photocatalysts. Sandia researcher May Nyman and colleagues...
  • Niobium oxide nanoparticles are also known as niobium (V) oxide, niobium pentaoxide, dinionium pentaoxide and niobium (5+) oxide. These particles are available in the form of dispersions, coatings and...
  • Niobium is a ductile, paramagnetic metal that becomes superconducting at cryogenic temperatures. It is very soft in its purest form, but impurities make it harder. It has a low capture cross-section...
  • Masaki Suenaga, a retired metallurgist who remains an active researcher at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Brookhaven National Laboratory, has received the IEEE Council on...
  • By Cameron Chai The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) scientists have replaced the superconducting material used in its single-photon detector with a new tungsten-silicon alloy,...
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