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The Basics of OCTG Steel

06th November 2012
OCTG stands for oil country tubular goods, and the designation refers to seamless rolled products such as casing, tubing, and drill pipe subjected to various loading conditions depending on their specific application. Drill pipe is heavy tubing that circu... Read >
Author: arontanner6291

NEBULOUS NANO TECHNOLOGY

14th March 2012
INTRODUCTION: Now a day’s nano technology is often heard word in our society. In every machine and other instruments we use so many substances. In that the weight of object is depends on using substance. For example take base ball bat... Read >
Author: sravan kumar maddela

Murano Glass Blowing Techniques

12th November 2011
The world capital of decorative glass is located in beautiful Venice, on the island called Murano. For ages, Murano has been a place of origin for most famous and most beautiful vases, bowls, figurines, etc. When you possess an original piece from Murnao,... Read >
Author: glamorous-glass

Drinking water Softener Resin Beads - Clean It or Bin It?

07th October 2011
H2o softener resin allows to make tricky h2o soft by getting rid of magnesium and calcium ions from the h2o which is piped in to the tank. It's a plastic-like compound capable of swapping one particular ion with another. All the conventional cation water ... Read >
Author: ChaserGrossmen

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

Handle Potassium Permanganate With Gloves And Goggles

10th February 2011
Potassium permanganate is a dark purple crystal and it has many uses. It is used for both medicinal uses as well as in chemical labs for experiments. Potassium permanganate is also known after the great scientist Henry Bollman Condy as Condy’s crystal. Wh... Read >
Author: Chris Cornell

Aluminium, Characteristics, general Uses and Drawbacks

24th January 2011
Aluminum is one of the most abundant elements on earth and the most abundant natural metal around. Making up over eight percent of the earth’s crust, only oxygen and nitrogen are more abundant. This makes it one of the most widely used materials in the fi... Read >
Author: Ted Kruchten

INSTANT POUNDED YAM FLOUR PRODUCTION IN NIGERIA.

18th January 2011
INSTANT POUNDED YAM FLOUR PRODUCTION IN NIGERIA. Much attention has been given to the development, cultivation and processing of cassava in Nigeria as oppose to the lack of coordinated effort towards the development, cultivation and processing of yam, ... Read >
Author: ikedike2002

The difference between 201 and 304 stainless steel

14th January 2011
Stainless steel is a term used to refer to several different metals that are commonly used in industries including transportation, construction, and even architecture. Two commonly used alloys are 201 and 304. While all stainless steels contain more than ... Read >
Author: James

Cuban Mining Explored

16th April 2010
Cuba has a history of mining extending over a period of three hundred years. During the period 1900 to 2002, mining was a permanent activity, and during WWII the mining of manganese, some copper, and nickel was most important. The nickel resource comes fr... Read >
Author: LatAmInvestor

What kinds of Food for Constipation are best

19th February 2010
Eat this. No don't eat that. Don't even touch that! It's the kind of advice we keep getting daily. "If you eat excess fatty substances, you sure wont be able to poop". From the media to even our friends and loved ones, all we get is advice on what to eat ... Read >
Author: Madonna

Gourmet Maple Syrup: Everything Nice Is Not Fattening After All

18th February 2010
Ever wondered about that delicious syrup that you so greedily pour over your pancakes? If you have then read on for all that you ever wanted to know about. While the origins of the gourmet maple syrup remain shrouded in mystery, it is for certain that thi... Read >
Author: Clay Hanson

Expert Advice About Anaerobic Adhesives - By C.S. Woo

11th August 2009
Hello - my name is C.S. Woo and I have been working for Henkel, specializing on Loctite® products for 22 years. I am the Technical Customer Services Manager for the Asia-Pacific region and I am based in the Shanghai regional office. I have previously wor... Read >
Author: Ashley

Yoga Can Help With Parkinson's Disease

11th August 2009
First described as ``shaking palsy'' the disease that now bears his name, medical science has thus far been unable to unravel the cause or causes of most Parkinson's cases or to devise a cure. Nonetheless, dramatic progress has been made in treating the d... Read >
Author: Collin Harvey

Vitamin Supplements Reduces the PMS Tension

02nd July 2007
Premenstrual tension syndrome affects 95% of women. Yet women of all ages, races and moulds have been told it is all in their heads. If premenstrual tension syndrome was in the head then all households' heads have Premenstrual Syndrome. A wide range... Read >
Author: Markus Skupeika
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