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Blog
To Spend or Not to Spend
Written by Administrator   
Tuesday, 07 June 2011 07:41

By Shujat Ali Khan

The challenges that Pakistan faces today are colossal; however, what lies ahead is much worse. Reform is needed desperately, but it seems like a lot of the people who had been trying to implement reforms have fallen victim to the callous politics of our country. Reports of several top officials at different institutions in Pakistan resigning as a result of politicians prying into their daily affairs have stripped our country of many sincere leaders. Moreover, inefficient spending is on a rise and certain issues that need to be tackled on a crisis basis have been ignored by our leadership time and again. Their solutions have been sought in policies that have caused Pakistan more harm than good.

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Tin
Written by Administrator   
Saturday, 26 March 2011 09:32

A white silvery metal, Tin is well known for its corrosion resistance against distilled and salt water and ordinary tap water. It is not a metal in abundance in the world. Tin is widely used in electronics, soldering, food packaging, engineering alloys, anti-corrosion coatings and several other industries.

Ordinary tin is a silvery-white metal, is malleable, somewhat ductile, and has a highly crystalline structure. Due to the breaking of these crystals, a "tin cry" is heard when a bar is bent.

When tin is cooled below 13.2°C, it changes slowly from white to grey. This change is affected by impurities such as aluminium and zinc, and can be prevented by small additions of antimony or bismuth.

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Biorenewable Chemicals World Market
Written by Administrator   
Monday, 28 February 2011 07:13

Increasing environmental awareness on the part of product manufacturers and the desire to reduce dependency on oil are the leading drivers behind the $2.4 billion global market for biorenewable chemicals (BRC) in 2010. This steadily growing market has experienced a compound annual growth

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CLASSIFICATIONS AND CHARACTERISTICS OF METALS
Written by Administrator   
Monday, 28 February 2011 06:50

Metals are natural elemental, chemical or mineral substances, each possessing a distinctive atomic structure. As compared to non-metal elements, metals are heavy, opaque and except for mercury, solid at ordinary temperatures.

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GETTING BIG BENEFITS FROM METALS INVESTMENT
Written by Administrator   
Monday, 28 February 2011 00:00

You are an investor, aren’t you? You want to get a lot of benefits from investing, don’t you? Are you reluctant to invest in which kinds of good? As you know, investing in any fields also gets any risks. Have you ever thought of investing in commodities  and metals future trading? In any stage of time, metals

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Glucose
Written by Administrator   
Saturday, 19 February 2011 13:41

Glucose is a basic necessity of many organisms, a correct understanding of its chemical makeup and structure contributed greatly to a general advancement in organic chemistry. This understanding occurred largely as a result of the investigations of Emil Fischer,

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WHAT ARE RARE EARTH/STRATEGIC METALS? HOW ARE THEY USED?
Written by Zahid Shabab Butt   
Wednesday, 19 January 2011 13:15

Rare earth/strategic metals are industrial metals that are typically mined as by-products in operations focused on precious metals and base metals. Compared to base metals, they have more specialized uses and are often more difficult to extract.

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Copper
Written by Administrator   
Wednesday, 19 January 2011 12:23

U.S.Geological Survey (USGS): Copper

 

Statistics and Information: Copper is usually found in nature in association with sulfur. Pure copper metal is generally produced from a multistage process, beginning with the mining and concentrating of low-grade ores containing copper sulfide minerals,

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Aluminum
Written by Administrator   
Wednesday, 19 January 2011 12:17

U.S.Geological Survey (USGS): Aluminum

 

Statistics and Information: Aluminum is the second most abundant metallic element in the Earth's crust after silicon, yet it is a comparatively new industrial metal that has been produced in commercial quantities for just over 100 years.

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Nickel
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Wednesday, 19 January 2011 12:14

U.S.Geological Survey (USGS): Nickel

 

Statistics and Information: Nickel (Ni) is a transition element that exhibits a mixture of ferrous and nonferrous metal properties. It is both siderophile (i.e., associates with iron) and chalcophile (i.e., associates with sulfur). The bulk of the nickel mined comes from two types of ore deposits:

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