rhenium


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Synonyms for rhenium

a rare heavy polyvalent metallic element that resembles manganese chemically and is used in some alloys

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Molybdenum differs from rhenium in a marked ability to polymerization [26].
The addition of rhenium helps ensure the metals in the turbines keep their strength at very high temperatures.
It points to General Electric's research program to improve the use of rhenium, an important alloying element in high-temperature turbines, by developing low-rhenium alloys and recycling existing supplies.
6]C based on tungsten and rhenium with a particle size of up to 1 [micro]m (Fig.
Other areas of investigation included the diffusion of atoms in metals, exchange reaction of rhenium chemistry, and surface chemistry.
With the excellent progress that now is being made on moving the Oyu Tolgoi copper and gold project toward production, and with the strong performance of our SouthGobi Energy coal subsidiary in Mongolia and Ivanhoe Australia's copper, molybdenum and rhenium discoveries, this is the right time to explore options available to us to further enhance value from our successes.
8 billion pounds [two million tonnes] of molybdenum as well as commercially significant amounts of silver, rhenium and palladium', according to the Pebble Partnership, which is seeking permission for the mine.
The Group acquired rare metal businesses such as molybdenum, selenium, rhenium, tellurium, and bismuth from its controlling shareholder JCC, thus becoming one of the largest rare metal producers in China.
International Resource News-25 March 2009-Ivanhoe Australia Reports Molybdenum and Rhenium Discovery(C)2009 ENPublishing - http://www.
Topics include: new estimates of coal clarkes, fluorine and rhenium in coal, prediction methods of ground movements, an assessment of total nitrogen emissions from coal combustion in China, heavy minerals and high-temperature mineralogy in coal, and energy sources and coal reserves in the Czech Republic at the beginning of the 21st century.
A modern, long-life mine at Pebble could produce one-quarter of America's domestic copper supply for 50-plus years, along with substantial volumes of gold, molybdenum and potentially other metals such as silver, rhenium and palladium.
The company also has technologies and plant for recovering Indium and Rhenium, having two facilities in Ontario, two in the U.
Program calls for customers to return scrap HPT blades made from nickel superalloys containing rhenium to GE.