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First Non-Radiaoactive Rare Earth Tungsten Electrode in Worl...17 July 2018
Muti-compound tungsten is non-radioactive, and the radiation dose is consistent with the conventional environment, and it is basically at about 0.11uSv/h. We do proposal focus on welder occupational health, increase protection and equip(radiation detector), and arrange physical examinations regula...
Tungsten – When the Tough Get Going05 September 2017
Renowned as the toughest metal (well, at least for toughening up the toughest tools and drill bits), Tungsten has long been looking like a floppy loser. Recent weeks have seen Vanadium take off with the inevitable result that all those watching lithium from one side of the ship have raced to the oth...
Ferro-tungsten prices jump 9% in Europe on supply constraint...25 August 2017
Spot ferro-tungsten prices staged an 8.8% increase in Europe in the first half of the week, as consumers and traders had to pay up to secure tightly-available supplies.Metal Bulletin assessed ferro-tu
China’s GTA raises tungsten price forecast for August sharpl...09 August 2017
tungsten price continue to rise
Capacity of LED behind the requirement as old MOCVD is being...17 July 2017
The production capacity of LED behind the requirement as old MOCVD is being weeded out, which lead to the gross margin improvement of LED chip.
Tungsten, Mmolybdenum prices bottomed out08 July 2017
The fourth quarter of 2016, the domestic market price of molybdenum concentrate increase 11.2% over the previous quarter, compared with the fourth quarter of 2015 rose 42.9%. Over the same period, the
Tungsten Outlook 2017: Price on the Rise?05 July 2017
2016 wasn't the best year for the tungsten market, but 2017 is looking like it could be a better year.
Solar power heads in a new direction: thinner04 July 2017
Solar power heads in a new direction: thinner Atom-thick photovoltaic sheets could pack hundreds of times more power per weight than conventional solar cells.