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Книга Encyclopedia of Volcanos Encyclopedia of Volcanos Книги Энциклопедии Автор: Eric wooden Год издания: 2007 Формат: pdf Издат.:Global Media Страниц: 102 Размер: 2,8 ISBN: 8189940546 Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:

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In Modern times, the electrical conductivity, ductility, and resistance to corrosion of copper, lead, and zinc, make them very useful in alloys. Copper is used for electrical applications (50%), general and industrial engineering applications (20%), building and construction (15%), transportation (11%) and other applications. Lead is used in storage batteries, paints, dyes, explosives, insecticides, and rubber products. Zinc is used in galvanized steel, protective coatings for steel, and die casting.

Many kitchen items (pots and pans, foil, dishes) are made of aluminum. Most materials used for transportation use large amounts of aluminum: cars, trucks, boats, aircraft, and aircraft engines. Road signs and high-voltage power lines are also made mostly of aluminum. World Supply of Aluminum About 110 million tonnes of aluminum was produced in 1994. Australia produces most of the world's aluminum. Diagram from ITAM Bauxite by the Minerals Council of Australia Diamonds Diamonds are crystalline carbon and the hardest known substance.

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