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The Honeybees and Their Secretes: What is Honey?

02nd May 2012
Have you ever asked yourself what is honey? If you have, then you should know that honey is often used as an alternative sweetener and flavoring for different foods and beverages in a lot of households all over the world. It is composed of varying prop... Read >
Author: ovidiucb

5 things to grow for an herbal first aid kit, and improve your health!

31st January 2012
There are a number of herbs, roots and trees that are very useful for various ailments. Having your own supply of certain medicinal herbs can heal you, and even save your life. CAYENNE PEPPER The first herb I will discuss is cayenne pepper. Did you k... Read >
Author: katalystman

Scentsy candles

31st May 2011
Scented candles have an emotional appeal - the smells they release can evoke memories and emotions in us that we associate with some thing dear and close to. It could be a favorite childhood dish, or a location you visited or someone you adore. The fragra... Read >
Author: John Conley

Brief rundown on applications of wollastonite

23rd May 2011
The mineral wollastonite was christened after the English chemist Sir William Hyde Wollaston in 18th century. In nature the mineral is found in needle like crystals. The mineral is found in 35 nations with rich reserves in Mexico. A wollastonite supplier ... Read >
Author: Wollastonite Expert

4 Things You Should Know About Thixomolding

04th April 2011
Magnesium alloys today can be found and used in ways that they could not in the metal's heyday in the 1950's. In fact, the magnesium alloys used today have the added advantage of being environmentally friendly. With the abundance of literature available o... Read >
Author: Edward Tenn

A Closer Look at Thixomolding

31st March 2011
The Thixomolding process appears to have taken over the magnesium casting market. The faster, environmentally friendly, and cheaper process spearheaded by Michigan based Thixomat Corporation has become the process used in cresting the magnesium products t... Read >
Author: Edward Tenn

The Magnesium Production Process

01st February 2011
Magnesium is an alkaline earth metal that is never found in nature on its own. Instead, the element is found in seawater, carbon ores, dolomite, carnalite, and other minerals. Thus, the production of the metal in order to create the cutting edge magnesium... Read >
Author: Edward Tenn

Cupronickel As An Industrial Alloy

22nd December 2010
An alloy is a partial or full solution of one or more metallic elements. A full solution alloy has a single microstructure of solid phase, whereas partial solution alloy has two or more phases of matter that produce a homogeneous metallic product. Alloys ... Read >
Author: Ted Kruchten

Thermosetting Polymer Powder Coating

08th November 2010
The thermosetting technology is widely used in powder coating equipment. The coating done by thermosetting polymer is very much protective, economic and energy efficient. So many manufacturers are adopting thermosetting polymer technology for higher produ... Read >
Author: mitsu

Tungsten Carbide Rings - What Else Are They Used For?

15th June 2010
You would probably have heard about tungsten rings or carbide tungsten rings recently. But what exactly is tungsten carbide? I would like to share with the readers some facts about tungsten carbide. Tungsten carbide is an inorganic chemical compound co... Read >
Author: Peter WG

Mouth-Watering Recipes Prepared Using Wagyu Beef

25th May 2010
The taste and texture of Wagyu beef is what that differentiates it from regular beef breeds. Research have shown that the high amount of marbling is what that enhances the flavor and tenderness of the beef. When Wagyu is properly cooked, marbling gets abs... Read >
Author: liza252

Is Wagyu Beef Good for Health?

19th May 2010
All these years beef has been considered as an unhealthy diet and therefore have been advised by doctors not to have it regularly. But it tastes so good that beef lovers have found it difficult to avoid it altogether even though beef is considered as one ... Read >
Author: liza252

Types of Candle Wicks

15th March 2010
In our first article we discussed the different types of candle colorants. In this article we are going to look at the types of candle wicks that can be used. There are many types of wicks but we are only going to look the top six types. These include cor... Read >
Author: kindredscents

Methyl Vinyl Ketone Properties, Synthesis and Important Safety Details

15th September 2009
Methyl vinyl ketone is a widely used organic compound classified as an enone (i.e., an alkene and a ketone). This enone characteristic allows it to undergo a wide variety of chemical reactions, a lot centered around the fact that it can act as a Michael a... Read >
Author: Jim Turner

Phase Change Materials; Eutectic Thermal Energy Storage Products

13th February 2009
Ice Thermal Energy Storage (TES) has the advantage of universal availability, low cost and transport ability through other system components. However, a conventional ice TES system for air conditioning application requires low temperature chillers and the... Read >
Author: Graham Drage
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