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The effect increases with the rhenium concentration, and therefore tungsten alloys are produced with up to 27% of Re, which is the solubility limit. [52] Tungsten-rhenium wire was originally created in efforts to develop a wire that was more ductile after recrystallization.

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Consists of either Tungsten-Rhenium alloy (Most Tubes) or Molybdenum & Rhodium (MAMMOGRAPHY TUBES) ... Selection of small filament will decrease focal spot size and increase recorded detail, however it will also ___ heat to the anode target. ... As phosphor concentration increases, detail. increases. As phosphor concentration decreases, detail.

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of rhenium at the inner surface slowly increases. Oxidation testing at 1500 'C has shown that the iridium oxidation rate increases significantly above a rhenium concentration of 20 percent. Rhenium diffusion into iridium and oxidation of the resulting iridium-rhenium alloy had been identified as the life limiting mechanism for Ir/Re rockets,

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with rhenium (as perrhenate) shows that after one week the concentration of rhenium increases from 1μg/g in soils to 20 μg Re per 1 g of raw leaves (respectively to 1667 μg Re per 1g ash). In three weeks, the rhenium content in leaves increased up to 110 μg Re per g of raw leaves (respectively up to

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Tungsten-rhenium alloys are more ductile at low temperature, allowing them to be more easily machined. The high-temperature stability is also improved. The effect increases with the rhenium concentration, and therefore tungsten alloys are produced with up to 27% of Re, which is the solubility limit.

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extracted by hot ethanol, its concentration increases from 110 μg/g in the raw leaves up to 24 444 μg/g аsh, i. e. 222 times. This dependence is in accordance with the reduction of the ash weight against the plant mass. If we retrace the increase of rhenium concentration from soil to raw leaves and from raw

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concentration increased from 0.1 to 3.0 M, and then was constant with the further increases in HCl concentration to 5.0 M. The distribution diagram of Re(VII) [22] indicates that the mole fraction of HReO4 increases in an HCl concentration of 1.0-3.0 M and then slowly decreases with further increase in HCl concentration.

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Breakthrough curves for adsorption and elution of rhenium in a column ion exchange system M. Mozammel ⁎, S.K. Sadrnezhaad, E. Badami, E. Ahmadi Department of Material Science and Engineering, Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, PO Box 11365-9466, Islamic Republic of Iran

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SUBSTANCE: method for obtaining metallic rhenium by reduction of ammonium perrhenate involves arrangement of ammonium perrhenate powder in a boat and its reduction by counter current of dry hydrogen with continuous movement of the boat in a tube furnace at the temperature of 300-330°C.

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Tungsten-rhenium alloys are more ductile at low temperature, allowing them to be more easily machined. The high-temperature stability is also improved. The effect increases with the rhenium concentration, and therefore tungsten alloys are produced with up to 27% of Re, which is the solubility limit.

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The periodic table had two vacant slots below manganese and finding these missing elements, technetium and rhenium, proved difficult. Rhenium was the lower one and indeed it was the last stable, non-radioactive, naturally-occurring element to be discovered.

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The addition of rhenium to molybdenum increases the ductility and raised the recrystallization temperature of molybdenum with increasing concentration of rhenium. …

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Category 3 Waste Encasement Concrete and Soil Fill Material D. M. Wellman S. V. Mattigod G. A. Whyatt L. Powers ... concrete monolith increases the diffusion of iodine and rhenium by two orders of magnitude, ... Iodine and rhenium concentration profiles for concrete half cell in CS-II-4% and CS-

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A depth profile of the concentration of Re was measured in the Pacific Ocean using a technique we have developed for the clean chemical separation and the precise measurement of Re by isotope dilution and negative thermal ionization mass spectrometry (ID-NTIMS).

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Jan 29, 2016· How does the current market of increased environmental concerns and high fuel prices affect demand for this minor metal? Back in 1870, had you scanned the periodic table below to find rhenium…

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Rhenium is a silvery-white metal, located in the position of row 4 and group 7 of the periodic table. With an estimated average content of 1 ppb in the earth's crust (10 −9), rhenium is one of the rarest elements . Meanwhile, rhenium has the third-highest melting point (3459 K) and the second-highest boiling point (5869 K) of all elements.

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Mar 23, 2012· A + BC → ABC Please indicate whether it will increase/decrease the reaction rate. a) adding a catalyst b) increasing the temperature c) increasing the concentration of BC d) decreasing the concentration of A 2) Calculate the percent activity of rhenium-186 remaining after 3 half-lives.

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concentration of Rhenium in these processes is extremely low. Only after the Rhenium is recovered could there be any potentially harmful exposure. However, even at this stage, huge quantities of Rhenium, of the order of several tonnes per annum, would need to be ingested for an occupational worker to exceed recommended annual limits.

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Jun 19, 2015· Rhenium: Market Outlook to 2020, 10th Edition 2015 - The rhenium market went through a significant downward correction in 2009 after a period of strong demand growth and an escalation in prices up to the last quarter of 2008.

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Consequently, not only do rhenium losses closely parallel molybdenum losses during concentration by flotation, but additional losses are encountered in the recovery of rhenium by scrubbing the highly volatile rhenium oxide contained in offgases generated during roasting of …

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Rhenium is a chemical element with the symbol Re and atomic number 75. It is a silvery-gray, heavy, third-row transition metal in group 7 of the periodic table. With an estimated average concentration of 1 part per billion (ppb), rhenium is one of the rarest elements in the Earth's crust.

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It has been found that the alloying with rhenium to a concentration of 47 wt.% increases (to 4 at.% and more) the solubility of oxygen, reduces (by 2-3 orders) its diffusion coefficient in molybdenum, and prevents the increase in the oxygen solubility at dislocations and small-angle boundaries of the substructure and the segregated enriching of ...

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HIGH-TEMPERATURE OXIDATION BEHAVIOR OF IRIDIUM-RHENIUM ALLOYS Brian D. Reed National Aeronautics and Space Administration Lewis Research Center Cleveland, Ohio 44135 SUMMARY The life-limiting mechanism for radiation-cooled rockets made from iridium-coated rhenium …

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The rhenium concentration at the outlet at any time t is given by: C ) Co exp(-kt) (22) The experimental results are shown in Figure 8, where the outlet concentration of rhenium is plotted as a function of time for various volumetric flows of the leaching solution.

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concentration of rhenium but also a selective separation of rhenium from molybdenum [10]. The technology ... of the ion-exchangers increases with the increase of the metal concentration in the solution. This is probably due to the Donnan effect: the higher ions concentration

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The behaviour of rhenium (Re) in seawater is defined by the low reactivity of the perrhenate ion (ReO 4 −; Re(VII)), which is the only significant Re species found in ocean waters [1]. The concentration of Re in the open ocean (0.0074–0.009 ng g −1; [2,3]) is a factor of three higher than ...

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Consistent with this, bend angles for fracture at T = -100 C increased monotonically with increasing rhenium concentration. Between 10 and 41 wt pct rhenium, the room-temperature tensile ductility of recrystallized Mo-Re remained nearly constant with values on the order of 35 to 45 pct.

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Consequently, not only do rhenium losses closely parallel molybdenum losses during concentration by flotation, but additional losses are encountered in the recovery of rhenium by scrubbing the highly volatile rhenium oxide contained in offgases generated during roasting of the molybdenite to molybdic oxide.

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Jun 30, 2019· Tungsten-rhenium alloys are more ductile at low temperature, allowing them to be more easily machined. The high-temperature stability is also improved. The effect increases with the rhenium concentration, and therefore tungsten alloys are produced with up to 27% of Re, which is the solubility limit.

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