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  1. With the introduction of the blast furnace to Europe in the Middle Ages, pig, iron , was able to be produced in much higher volumes than wrought iron . Because pig
  2. Treatment, but few respond to this to the same degree that steel does. Meteoric, iron ,could be forged from a red heat to make objects such as tools, weapons,and
  3. Steel during the Middle Ages. This method introduced carbon by heating wrought, iron ,in charcoal for long periods of time, but the penetration of carbon was not
  4. Valuable, and difficult for ancient people to work. Iron is usually found as, iron ,ore on Earth, except for one deposit of native iron in Greenland, which was
  5. That often enhance its properties. For example, steel is stronger than, iron , its primary element. The physical properties, such as density, reactivity
  6. In 2005 was 31.9 million tonnes. It exceeded that of any other metal except, iron ,(837.5 million tonnes). Forecast for 2012 is 42–45 million tons, driven by
  7. Nucleus, causing large numbers of nucleons to be ejected. Elements heavier than, iron ,were produced in supernovae through the r-process and in AGB stars through the
  8. Hammering into knives and arrowheads. They were often used as anvils. Meteoric, iron ,was very rare and valuable, and difficult for ancient people to work. Iron is
  9. Ages, pig iron was able to be produced in much higher volumes than wrought, iron , Because pig iron could be melted, people began to develop processes of
  10. Coastal areas of Anatolia). Many of the islands are volcanic, and marble and, iron ,are mined on other islands. The larger islands have some fertile valleys and
  11. M Islands Resources and land use; Natural resources:: Petroleum, natural gas, iron ,ore, nonferrous metals, bauxite,and underground water.; Land use::::;
  12. Workers, especially in Pennsylvania, who demanded protection for their growing, iron ,industry. The Whigs and Republicans complained because they favored high
  13. To be the spin. In order to show this, they reversed the magnetization in an, iron ,bar suspended on a torsion pendulum. They confirmed that this leads the bar to
  14. Removed by co-precipitation with either iron or aluminum oxides. The use of, iron ,as a coagulant, in particular, was found to remove arsenic with efficiencies
  15. Making. Because the ancients could not produce temperatures high enough to melt, iron ,fully, the production of steel in decent quantities did not occur until the
  16. Egypt and Mycenae, gold was often alloyed with copper to produce red-gold, or, iron , to produce a bright burgundy-gold. Silver was often found alloyed with gold.
  17. Tariff. On the third ballot Pennsylvania put him over the top. Pennsylvania, iron ,interests were reassured by his support for protective tariffs. Lincoln's
  18. In Reweigh, with no electricity, one outside tap for water, and a corrugated, iron ,roof on the traditional stone cottage, now since demolished. * Artist Robert
  19. Petroleum and natural gas, petroleum products, oilfield equipment; steel, iron ,ore, cement; chemicals, petrochemicals,textiles, machinery,cotton, foodstuffs
  20. Of" Eureka! " Upon the discovery of Archimedes' principle. While the use of, iron ,started to become more widespread around 1200 BC, mainly because of
  21. Cheap and easily carved substitute. Paints were obtained from minerals such as, iron ,ores (red and yellow och res),copper ores (blue and green),soot or
  22. Other rich resources await development: gold, forest products, fisheries, iron , ore,coffee, and fruits. This is a chart of trend of nominal gross domestic
  23. Through the Anatolian primary-cultures. The Hittites smelted rather brittle, iron ,from the 15th century BC and the new metal was introduced in Greece. During the
  24. all the alloy combinations possible with a ternary alloy, such as alloys of, iron , carbon and chromium, is called a ternary system. When a molten metal is mixed
  25. 1 million metric tonnes of rare earth elements. Extraction of its copper and, iron ,reserves is expected to start in 2013,which would earn billions of dollars in
  26. Earthquakes in 1998. The country's natural resources include: coal, copper, iron , ore,lithium, uranium,rare earth elements, chromite,gold, zinc,talc, barites
  27. Mineral is arsenopyrite (Fears),which is structurally related to, iron ,pyrite. Many minor As-containing minerals are known. Arsenic also occurs in
  28. Of stock exchange: $42.8 million (2005) Trade Exports - commodities: Pig, iron , wrought copper, nonferrous metals, cut diamonds, mineral products
  29. Comprising the top three. Industry Alabama's industrial outputs include, iron ,and steel products (including cast- iron and steel pipe); paper, lumber,and
  30. And 6.2 million tons by 1971. In the early 1970s,70 % of Portuguese Angola's, iron ,exports went to Western Europe and Japan. Transport in Angola comprises:
  31. Region of the Lesser Caucasus accounts for most of the country's gold, silver, iron , copper, titanium,chromium, manganese,cobalt, molybdenum,complex ore and
  32. A binary alloy. If there are three types of atoms forming the mixture, such as, iron , nickel and chromium, then it is called a ternary alloy. An alloy with four
  33. S" conflict diamonds ". Iron Under Portuguese rule, Angola began mining, iron ,in 1957,producing 1.2 million tons in 1967 and 6.2 million tons by 1971. In
  34. Including: A,B1,B2,B6,niacin and C, and are rich in iodine, potassium, iron , magnesium and calcium. In addition, commercially cultivated microalgae
  35. Recent reports show that the country has huge amounts of gold, copper,coal, iron ,ore and other minerals. In 2010,Pentagon officials along with geologists from
  36. Garnet, spinel and turquoise. Impurities in Al2O3,such as chromium or, iron ,yield the gemstones ruby and sapphire, respectively. Although aluminum is an
  37. The national average. Much agricultural produce is exported, while coal and, iron ,are among the chief imports. The harbor itself is maintained by Århus
  38. Was able to be produced in much higher volumes than wrought iron . Because pig, iron ,could be melted, people began to develop processes of reducing the carbon in
  39. all the various forms of an alloy containing only two constituents, like, iron , and carbon, is called a binary system, while all the alloy combinations
  40. Ore bauxite (Alex (OH)3-2x). Bauxite occurs as a weathering product of low, iron ,and silica bedrock in tropical climatic conditions. Large deposits of bauxite
  41. Says that he was laid to rest in a triple coffin made of gold, silver,and, iron , along with some spoils of his conquests. His men diverted a section of
  42. As a chicken hut, in autumn 1913 they built their first hospital of corrugated, iron , with two 13-foot rooms (consulting room and operating theater) and with a
  43. That arsenic is very effectively removed by co-precipitation with either, iron ,or aluminum oxides. The use of iron as a coagulant, in particular, was found to
  44. Al2O3). For example, direct reduction with carbon, as is used to produce, iron , is not chemically possible, since aluminum is a stronger reducing agent than
  45. Consumer demands. Other natural resources include coal, bauxite,copper and, iron ,ore. Agriculture is the most significant sector, employing some 58 % of the
  46. Iron is usually found as iron ore on Earth, except for one deposit of native, iron ,in Greenland, which was used by the Inuit people. Native copper, however,was
  47. Is much softer than bronze. However, very small amounts of steel, ( an alloy of, iron ,and around 1 % carbon),was always a byproduct of the bloomers process. The
  48. Owned Boors, which he had redirected from its previous role as primarily an, iron ,and steel producer to a major manufacturer of cannon and other armaments. Nobel
  49. To other herbicides. Some studies also link widespread glyphosate usage to, iron ,deficiencies in some crops, which is both a crop production and a nutritional
  50. In stars through the process of nuclear fusion to produce elements up to, iron , Isotopes such as lithium-6 are generated in space

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