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  • What is Antimony Oxide Used for?

    What is Antimony Oxide Used for?

    The two largest producers of antimony trioxidein the world have ceased production . Industry insiders analyzed that the suspension of production by the two major producers will have a direct impact on the future spot supply of the antimony trioxide market. As a well-known antimony oxide productio...
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  • What is the future trend for silicon metal from the visual angle of China industry?

    What is the future trend for silicon metal from the visual angle of China industry?

    1. What is metal silicon? Metal silicon, also known as industrial silicon, is the product of smelting silicon dioxide and carbonaceous reducing agent in a submerged arc furnace. The main component of silicon is usually above 98.5% and below 99.99%, and the remaining impurities are iron, aluminum,...
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  • Colloidal Antimony Pentoxide Flame Retardant

    Colloidal Antimony Pentoxide Flame Retardant

    Colloidal antimony pentoxide is an antimony flame retardant product developed by industrialized countries in the late 1970s. Compared with antimony trioxide flame retardant, it has the following application characteristics: 1. The colloidal antimony pentoxide flame retardant has a small amount of...
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  • The Future of Cerium Oxide in Polishing

    The Future of Cerium Oxide in Polishing

    The rapid development in the fields of information and optoelectronics has promoted the continuous updating of chemical mechanical polishing (CMP) technology. In addition to equipment and materials, the acquisition of ultra-high-precision surfaces is more dependent on the design and industrial pr...
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  • Cerium Carbonate

    Cerium Carbonate

    In recent years, the application of lanthanide reagents in organic synthesis has been developed by leaps and bounds. Among them, many lanthanide reagents were found to have obvious selective catalysis in the reaction of carbon-carbon bond formation; at the same time, many lanthanide reagents were...
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  • What dose strontium carbonate do in a glaze?

    What dose strontium carbonate do in a glaze?

    The role of strontium carbonate in glaze: frit is to pre-smelt the raw material or become a glass body, which is a commonly used flux raw material for ceramic glaze. When pre-smelted into flux, most of the gas can be removed from the glaze raw material, thus reducing the generation of bubbles and...
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  • Will “cobalt,” which is also used in electric vehicle batteries, be depleted faster than petroleum?

    Will “cobalt,” which is also used in electric vehicle batteries, be depleted faster than petroleum?

    Cobalt is a metal used in many electric vehicle batteries. The news is that Tesla will use “cobalt-free” batteries, but what kind of “resource” is cobalt? I will summarize from the basic knowledge you want to know.   Its name is Conflict Minerals Derived from Demon Do you ...
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  • Cs0.33WO3 Transparent Thermal Insulation Coating–Intelligent Era, Intelligent Thermal Insulation

    Cs0.33WO3 Transparent Thermal Insulation Coating–Intelligent Era, Intelligent Thermal Insulation

    In this intelligent era, we are increasingly inclined to choose smart heat insulation methods.Cs0.33WO3 transparent thermal insulation coating, a kind of thermal insulation materials with certain application prospects, is expected to replace the existence of thermal insu...
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  • Strontium Carbonate market demand analysis and price trend at China

    Strontium Carbonate market demand analysis and price trend at China

    With the implementation of China’s storage and warehousing policy, the prices of major non-ferrous metals such as copper oxide, zinc, and aluminum will definitely pull back. This trend has been reflected in the stock market last month. In the short term, the prices of bulk commodities have ...
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  • The difference between Battery Grade Lithium Carbonate and Lithium Hydroxide

    The difference between Battery Grade Lithium Carbonate and Lithium Hydroxide

    Lithium Carbonate and Lithium Hydroxide are both raw materials for batteries, and the price of lithium carbonate has always been some cheaper than lithium hydroxide. What is the difference between the two materials? Firstly, in production process, both can be extracted from lithium pyroxase, the ...
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  • Cerium Oxide

    Cerium Oxide

    Background and General Situation Rare earth elements are the floorboard of IIIB scandium, yttrium and lanthanum in the periodic table. There are l7 elements. Rare earth has unique physical and chemical properties and has been widely used in industry, agriculture and othe...
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  • Is Barium Carbonate Toxic to Human?

    Is Barium Carbonate Toxic to Human?

    The element barium is known to be toxic, but its compound barium sulfate can act as a contrast agent for these scans. It has been medically proven that barium ions in salt interfere with the body’s calcium and potassium metabolism, causing problems such as muscle weakness, difficulty breath...
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