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    Constructions-3D develops a turnkey solution capable of printing structures on- site, by virtue of additive manufacturing technology coupled with a robust, economical and transportable machine. It is...
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    Arkema is a world-class producer of industrial chemicals including acrylic monomers, emulsion systems, fluorochemicals, fluoropolymers, functional additives, hydrogen peroxide, PMMA, specialty...
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    Penn Color is a family-owned, leading global developer and manufacturer of the most diverse product line of color concentrates, masterbatches, and pigment dispersions. We have a rare and unique...
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    Our Mission MX3D has a clear mission: introduce the advantages of 3D metal printing to new, high impact industries. In close collaboration with global industrial partners our software engineers...
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    First Graphene Ltd. is the leading supplier of high-quality, bulk graphene products. The company has a robust manufacturing and supply platform based upon captive supply of high-purity raw materials...
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    First Graphene Ltd. is the leading supplier of high-quality, bulk graphene products. The company has a robust manufacturing and supply platform based upon captive supply of high-purity raw materials...
  • Article - 6 Apr 2004
    The adsorption of phosphate from aqueous solution by alunite was investigated as a function of calcination temperature, particle size, pH, agitation time and initial phosphate concentration. Technical...
  • Article - 9 Feb 2004
    Additives for selectively influencing the flow properties of engobes and glazes, and thus the surface quality of fired roofing tiles, are described. Technical Brief.
  • Article - 28 Nov 2003
    A wide variety of materials influence the properties of ceramic bodies to a considerable degree, and can be used in brickmaking to control various properties..
  • Article - 6 Feb 2004
    The feasibility of using municipal solid waste incineration (MSWI) ash as a replacement in the raw mix in cement production was studied. Technical Brief.