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MarketReportsOnline.com adds "The Global Market for Metal and Metal Oxide Nanoparticles to 2025" report to its research store. DALLAS, Mar.
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GIA announces the release of a comprehensive global report on Alumina Zirconia Oxide Abrasives.
MarketReportsOnline.com adds "Global Sapphire Market: Trends & opportunities (2014-2019)" report to its research store. Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) August
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An all-round assessment and forecast of world, regional and country markets for bauxite and alumina can be found in the topical research report “Bauxite and Alumina: 2014 Market Review and Forecast”
Bauxite is a naturally occurring, heterogeneous material composed primarily of one or more aluminium hydroxide minerals, plus various mixtures of silica, iron oxide, titania, aluminosilicate, and other impurities in minor or trace amounts. The principal aluminium hydroxide minerals found in varying proportions with bauxites are gibbsite and the polymorphs boehmite and diaspore. Bauxites are typically classified according to their intended commercial application: abrasive, cement, chemical,...
Corundum is the crystalline form of aluminium oxide and one of the rock-forming minerals. Corundum is naturally clear, but can have different colors when impurities are added. Transparent specimens are used as gems, called ruby if red, while all other colors are called sapphire. The word corundum comes from the Hindi kurand. The oxygen atoms in corundum are arranged in a hexagonal close-packing, with the smaller aluminium atoms occupying 2/3 of the octahedral gaps. The coordination of the...
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