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Smelting non-ferrous metals: soil and air pollution

Non-ferrous metals are pure metals, mostly without traces of iron. They are more costly than ferrous metals. They are light in weight, not magnetic, possess high conductivity. The important ones today are aluminium, copper, lead, nickel, tin, titanium, zinc. Mined … Continue reading

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Renewable Technology: Scars of Battle

Some of the metals that are forecast to be in the highest demand in the future for electronics and technology are tin, lithium, cobalt, silver, nickel, gold, tungsten, vanadium, graphite, niobium, zinc, PGM (platinum group of metals) and salt (for … Continue reading

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