Talking about the toughest material in the universe, the first thing that might come to mind might actually be metal. It turns out that the strongest material in the universe isn't graphene, it's not steel, it's not even that fictional Vibranium we all hear about in the movies, it's Nuclear Pasta. I know what you’re thinking but it's not pasta. It's a dense material that is about 10 billion times stronger than steel. Scientists named it after one of our favourite foods but It's all about neutron stars.
An absence of government information on compulsory internet registration and fresh licenses for China's scrap imports has led to enhanced purchase of non-ferrous scrap before a deadline of 1 July.
With global climate change concerns rising, the future is leaning towards renewable energy. According to BBC research, the industry reached around £650 billion in 2019. It is considered the fastest-growing energy source, that will dominate the energy markets within the next 20 years.
The simple answer is that iron is found in ferrous metals and is not in non-ferrous metals. Ferrous metals are those metals which mostly contain iron. They have also a small number of other elements or metals also. Generally, ferrous metals are magnetic. Ferrous metals are often used in construction, pipelines, and even the creation of tools.
A court in southwestern China sold a batch of indium held by the now-defunct Fanya Nonferrous Metals Exchange on its second attempt, after lowering the requested price, an auction page on Taobao's e-commerce platform on Thursday showed.
Climate change is taking place at a fast rate – the earth has seen an increase of 1 ̊C in the last 100 years. It is one of the world’s biggest issues – one in four voters in the UK reported voting for the political party whose primary agenda is the environment. While our planet being warmed up by almost 1 ̊C doesn’t sound alarming, it has altered the life on the planet to a great extent, causing monumental disasters. This is why fighting climate change is necessary.
Liberty British Aluminium, the new owners of UK's last remaining aluminium smelter at Lochaber near Fort William, has proposed to construct alloy wheel plant and a "huge" automotive manufacturing plant…
Emirates Global Aluminium (EGA) is the largest aluminium producer in the Middle East. They are prepared to sell shares amid a comeback in commodities prices. Romco Founder/CEO stated: EGA is a great company with huge potential and a strong footing within the region. Like Romco, they benefit from huge margins largely in part of their operational environment.