The demand for beryllium
aluminum alloy is expected to witness a steady growth during the forecast period in turn resulting in a steady growth of global beryllium
aluminum alloy market.
Workers exposed to beryllium
can develop chronic beryllium
disease, a potentially disabling and fatal respiratory disease.
thrust chamber was derived from the Minuteman ballistic missile programme.
The reserves of mineral resources at Kutessay 2 deposit and Kalesay beryllium
deposit in Kemin district of Chui region are estimated by experts at some $22 billion, according to resolution of the Parliament of Kyrgyzstan concerning violations of the legislation that were made during issuance of licenses for Kutessay 2 and Kalesay deposits (Kutessay Mining) that was adopted by the parliamentary majority coalition on April 9.
19, 24, 25, 26, 27, 33, 38, 56, 58) made from Beryllium
Nickel Alloy 360 (UNS N03360).
Environmental Protection Agency Region 7 reported that indoor air and dust samples for beryllium
and uranium taken from General Services Administration (GSA) buildings at the Bannister Federal Complex in Kansas City, Mo., reveal no health concerns.
For scientists, students, and engineers, the late Walsh, who was a scientist and technologist in the beryllium
industry, and Vidal et al.
Starting in the early 1940s, Norton Co., now owned by Saint-Gobain Corp., manufactured refractory products from boron, beryllium
, uranium, thorium, and magnesium oxide for the Atomic Energy Commission.
Waste water samples collected from pipes that lead from the facilities directly to the rivers were found to contain metals such as beryllium
, manganese, zinc and copper and contain chemicals including tetrabromobisphenol A, nonylphenol and octylphenol.
CONTEXT: Although chronic beryllium
disease (CBD) is clearly an immune-mediated granulomatous reaction to beryllium
, acute beryllium
disease (ABD) is commonly considered an irritative chemical phenomenon related to high exposures.