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2015-02-09 16:26:53

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2014-12-17 23:08:38

DeepResearchReports.com adds a report “2014 Deep Research Report on Global Quartz Tubing Industry” to its research Store. Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) December

2014-12-16 12:27:52

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2014-12-10 23:06:50

This whitepaper addresses the topic “Why pay for something like Flux when open-source and free projects like Quartz provide what we need?” Mature development organizations ask the more telling

2014-10-21 23:03:17

Large semiconductor companies and sensor manufacturers drive the North American Crystal Oscillator market

2014-10-20 23:03:16

The European Crystal Oscillator market is driven by its usage in various industries http://www.micromarketmonitor.com/market/europe-crystal-oscillator-1286710721.html

2014-10-11 23:00:40

Presence of large number of consumer electronics companies and cell phone manufacturers in the region drives the Asia-Pacific Crystal Oscillator market

2014-10-10 23:02:16

The Crystal Oscillator market growth fuelled by its use in mainly consumer electronic devices


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2005-05-25 18:55:31

Quartz is the second most abundant mineral in the Earth's crust. It has a hexagonal crystal structure made of trigonal crystallized silica (silicon dioxide, SiO2), with a hardness of 7 on the Mohs scale. Density is 2.6 g/cm³. The typical shape is a six-sided prism that ends in six-sided pyramids, although these are often distorted, or so massive that only part of the shape is apparent from a mined specimen. Additionally a bed is a common form, particularly for varieties such as amethyst,...

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