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Removing Corrosion In Aluminum and vehicle Surface Materials

20th October 2011
Rust results from the combined chemical reaction of two agents - oxygen and water. Other degrading solutions are sulfur dioxide in water and carbon dioxide in water. As time goes by, these elements make up the red-scarred surface (rust) we see and the eve... Read >
Author: JohnBarrett

Ammolites and their treatment

27th June 2011
Ammolites are fossilised natural gemstones observed in the Alberta area of Canada. Ammolites are really rare and valuable and is often compared to the opals. It is primarily mined in the Rocky Mountains. Just after its modern acknowledgement as a gemstone... Read >
Author: reeta Bowers

How to Prevent Rust with Metal Coatings

21st January 2011
Metals are important materials used in different industries today to provide people with durable materials. They serve many purposes, and they are also known to have long life spans. However, in spite of the resilience that metals have, they also need pro... Read >
Author: alexgalleti

Mining and Processing of Copper Ore for Export in Nigeria.

18th January 2011
The solid mineral industry in Nigeria is filled with a lot of investment opportunity for interested investors to take position and make good returns on their investments. Copper ore is one of the industrial minerals that have been discovered in Nigeri... Read >
Author: ikedike2002

Little Known Facts About Magnets

17th January 2011
Alnico magnets can be composed of many materials including copper, titanium, nickel, cobalt and aluminum. Alnico can sometimes be difficult to rework because it is made of such hard and brittle material. Rods, rings, discs, blocks, cylinders and horseshoe... Read >
Author: Murray Mccormick

Properties and Uses of Sandstone in India

09th August 2010
Sandstone is a stone comprising granules of quartz and various other minerals. Sandstone is of uniform size and is rounded. Sandstone could be better defined as a sedimentary rock with a coarse face. It consists of quartz-cemented carbonate and calcium ca... Read >
Author: A John

Printer Toner: Is it Hazardous or Not?

03rd March 2010
Probably everyone who deals with printing devices repair of toner cartridge refilling sooner or later begins to wonder: 'is toner hazardous for me?' Laser printers, copiers and toner itself cannot be positively defined as very harmful or absolutely saf... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Types of Metal Ferro Alloys and their Uses

18th February 2009
Ferro alloys are any kind of alloy and another metal, especially one of silicon, manganese, tungsten and the like that is used in the production of special kind of steels. Metal Ferro alloys usually have lower melting ranges than those of pure elements an... Read >
Author: Andrew Beene

Why Use MICR Printer and Toner

07th July 2008
MICR (which can also be read as my-ker) means Magnetic Ink Character Recognition. The ANSI or American National Standards Institute has made a definition of MICR-this is the accepted machine language specification that is utilized in payment transactions ... Read >
Author: Caitlina Fuller

Ancient Secret of Blacksmith Forge Welding

14th January 2008
Forge welding is one of the most fundamental techniques of blacksmithing, but one of the trickiest to master. One of the most common mistakes with forge welding is to hammer too hard which instead of imparting the energy required for the electrons to ... Read >
Author: David Robertson

What You Should Know About Mascara

18th October 2006
First and foremost, mascara does not contain bat dung. Please. Guano is bat poop, is incredibly expensive and will burn the eyes. Guanine is from fish scales and is safe for use as a color additive in eye cosmetics. In ancient Egypt, possibly as early ... Read >
Author: Janice Wee
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