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Gallium Update [in Hungarian]
  • Fathi Habashi
Gallium is nearly 130 years old, first discovered in sphalerite in 1877 but now mainly recovered as a by-product of bauxite. Its compounds find a wide variety of applications in modern technology. A review of its discovery, methods of extraction, and its applications are given. Translated from 17th International Symposium of ICSOBA combined with Light Metals 2006 of the Metallurgical Society of CIM
  • Gallium,
  • Periodic Table,
  • Neutrino,
  • Bauxite,
  • Zinc concentrates,
  • Lithopone industry
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Fathi Habashi. "Gallium Update [in Hungarian]" FÉMKOHÀSZATA Vol. 140 Iss. 3 (2007)
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