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2015-01-21 20:20:26

The publication, to appear in the February 1 2015 edition of the journal Materials Letters, reports on the deposition of a highly textured silicon thin-film on buffered soda-lime glass for the first

2015-01-21 20:20:05

DALLAS, January 22, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- RnRMarketResearch.com adds Market Research Report on Global and Chinese Polysilicon Industry, 2009-2019 as well as Research Report

2014-12-30 08:26:13

CHONGQING, China, Dec. 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Daqo New Energy Corp.

2014-08-06 08:23:19

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2014-06-30 08:23:19

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2014-06-14 12:20:09

DALLAS, June 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- MarketReportsOnline.com offers "Global Polysilicon Market Report: 2014 Edition" research, which says polysilicon industry is expected

2014-06-09 23:02:39

New research report “Research Report on Polysilicon Industry in China, 2014-2018” prepared by China Research and Intelligence (CRI) is now available at MarketPublishers.com.

2014-05-09 23:02:54

MarketReportsOnline.com adds “Global Polysilicon Market Report: 2014 Edition" report to its research store. Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) May 09, 2014


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2005-05-25 18:13:45

Selenite (chemical formula: CaSO4·2H2O) is a hydrous calcium sulfate, meaning it is composed of oxygen, sulfur, hydrogen, calcium and water. It is basically a glassy, well-crystallized form of gypsum and is often referred to as satin spar. Selenite is soft, and can easily be scratched with a fingernail. The thin crystals can be slightly flexible, but will snap if bent too far. Some crystals found in Kentucky have grown in severely curved patterns and flower-like petals. In some very...

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