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Nickel

In the United States, a very common term for the five-cent coin. Interestingly, a nickel contains no nickel.
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Sudbury's third-largest nickel and copper miner is prepared to make another major exploration commitment in 2006.
The outlook for nickel is still fundamentally strong for the next two years," says John Vorberger, Sales and Marketing Manager of Special Products with Eramer North America, Coraopolis, Pa.
Nickel West produced 98,900 mt of nickel in nickel products in BHP Billiton's fiscal year to June 30, 2014.
This new business will buy nickel concentrates from external suppliers and sell nickel matte to nickel refineries.
Absorption: Nickel is believed to play a role in physiological processes as a co-factor in the absorption of iron from the intestine.
The company has offered one company share for each Independent Nickel common share.
The combined organization would have been one of the world's premier mining and metals companies in both nickel and copper with one of the most attractive portfolios of low cost profitable growth projects.
While stainless steel and nickel markets continue to swell, there is a note of caution: The fastest growing demand within the stainless steel industry is for grades that contain less nickel.
In rats, intrarenal injection of nickel subsulfide resulted first in a pronounced erythrocytosis and eventually in the development of local tumors (Jasmin and Solymoss 1975; Morse et al.
To determine whether the coins actually caused these reactions, Nestle taped them to the backs of seven patients known to have nickel allergies.
This week, Nickel will see the fruits of that investment when he goes to a space camp for teachers at the Marshall Space Center in Huntsville, Ala.
Overview of the Brazil Nickel mining industry, with detailed information about mine production, reserves, metal consumption and ores and concentrates trade