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  1. Nov 14,  · The phyto-impact of tungstate is not frequently studied like other heavy metals especially in the sight of continuous accumulation of tungstate in the agriculture soils and water. Thus, the present study was aimed to investigate the supplementation of various tungstate concentrations (0, 1, 5, 10, 50, and ) to germination water (mg L−1) or clay soil (mg kg−1) on germination and.
  2. Laser‐assisted chemical vapor deposition of tungsten microstructures (dots, stripes, or films) has been accomplished via the H 2 reduction of WF 6 on polycrystalline silicon‐coated quartz substrates irradiated with a focused cw argon‐ion laser beam. Tungsten dots were grown on the substrates via a pyrolytic process occurring within the laser‐heated zone of about μm in diameter.
  3. Tungsten processing, preparation of the ore for use in various products. Tungsten exhibits a body-centred cubic (bcc) crystal lattice. It has the highest melting point of all metals, 3,° C (6,° F), and it has high conductivity for electricity. Owing to this unique combination of properties.
  4. to briefly describe the process of tungsten carbide production. Prior to , tungsten carbide was prepared by melting tungsten, carbon black and metal oxides at a temperature of °C but the tools made from this metal were found to be far too brittle for industrial use. Today, tungsten carbide tools are made by pressing the tungsten.
  5. Selective tungsten chemical vapor deposition (W-CVD) is one of the most attractive technique for filling deep submicron contact hole and via hole for the ULSI application. In this work, we firstly find out the anomalous selective W growth for the contact hole. The tungsten only nucleates from the side ring of the contact hole bottom.
  6. Sep 27,  · The appearance of tungsten wire promoted the development of the lighting industry. This method is also considered to be the beginning of modern metal powder production. In , Кулидж created the powder metallurgy method, which uses a pressure processing process and makes tungsten widely used in electric vacuum technology. tungsten filaments.
  7. Element History - Brief Review. Tungsten is a heavy metallic element, a member of the third series of transition has the symbol W, its atomic number is 74, and its atomic weight is The name is derived from the Swedish tung sten, meaning “heavy stone.” Tungsten is also known as wolfram, from WOLFRAMITE, the mineral from which the element was first recognized by the English.
  8. Aug 02,  · Among transition metal nitrides, tungsten nitrides possess unique and/or superior chemical, mechanical, and thermal properties. Preparation of these nitrides, however, is challenging because the incorporation of nitrogen into tungsten lattice is thermodynamically unfavorable at atmospheric pressure. To date, most materials in the W–N system are in the form of thin films .

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