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On the basis of type of products, global Beryllium Aluminum Alloy market can be segmented into following key market segments:
KEY WORDS: acute, beryllium, beryllium disease, granuloma, hypersensitivity, immune sensitization, pneumonitis.
After a 1943 outbreak of berylliosis among workers and neighbors of a beryllium plant in Lorain, Ohio threatened precisely the public relations fiasco that the AEC feared, it took steps to reduce exposures to beryllium at beryllium processing and weapons manufacturing plants throughout the country.
Boeing officials have begun offering tests for beryllium sensitivity to its workers, including former employees and those not directly covered by the federal compensation act.
A natural, non-magnetic metal found in beryl and bertandite rock, beryllium is extremely lightweight and hard, and is a good conductor of electricity and heat.
There are two basic families of beryllium copper alloys: high strength alloys and high conductivity alloys.
The USW represents thousands of workers who manufacture or use beryllium alloys and beryllium-containing products in a number of industries.
The AlBeCast casting investment follows the installation and ongoing ramp-up of the primary beryllium production facility at Materion's Elmore, Ohio, operation undertaken through a private-public partnership between the company and the U.
The researchers then separated the ions into the two pairs and used a series of precisely tuned laser pulses to transfer the entanglement from the internal state of each beryllium ion to the oscillating motion between each beryllium ion and each magnesium ion.
Symposium on Beryllium Sampling and Analysis (2005: Reno, NV) Ed.
We read with great interest "Chronic Beryllium Disease and Sensitization at a Beryllium Processing Facility" (Rosenman et al.
Neutrons are produced via (p,n) reactions by a low-energy proton beam incident on a thin beryllium target.