BEIJING (Metal-Pages) 02-Mar-12. Chinese ferro-alloys are mostly stronger this week with only silico-manganese prices on the decline. Titanium prices have continued to rise, underpinned by higher raw material prices; molybdenum has adjusted up on the back of a higher moly mining tax; ferro-silicon prices have fallen due ...
02 Mar 2012 by Metal-Pages
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17:27 : Scientists have grown high-quality crystals of molybdenum disulfide, the world’s thinnest semiconductor, studying how the crystals stitch together at the atomic scale to form continuous sheets, according to details of a study published in Nature Materia
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