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Tungsten The MOST REFRACTORY Metal ON EARTH! YouTube.
Tungsten Definition of Tungsten by Merriam-Webster.
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tungsten Uses, Properties, Facts Britannica.
It is used in the form of tungsten carbide for very hard and tough dies, tools, gauges, and bits. Much tungsten goes into the production of tungsten steels, and some has been used in the aerospace industry to fabricate rocket engine nozzle throats and leading-edge reentry surfaces.
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Tungsten Minerals Education Coalition.
Tungsten is commonly alloyed with carbon forming tungsten carbide which has a very high melting point and increased hardness. It is used in high-strength applications, such as furnaces, missiles, dental drills and other cutting tools. The symbol for tungsten, W, comes from tungstens Latin name Wolfram.
Tungsten Wikipedia.
80 The densities are not exactly the same, and other properties of gold and tungsten differ, but gold-plated tungsten will pass superficial tests. Gold-plated tungsten is available commercially from China the main source of tungsten, both in jewelry and as bars.
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1990 April 7, Ivan Amato, Getting a feel for atoms: magic wrist takes scientists into a new sensory realm, in Science News 1.: So far they have built and used a prototype robot to make millionth-of-a-meter scratches in aluminum with a fine tungsten needle. A light bulb containing tungsten.
ATSDR Public Health Statement: Tungsten.
Tungsten compounds have caused breathing problems and changed behavior in some animals given very large amounts of tungsten compounds, but you are not likely to be exposed to amounts of tungsten in the air you breathe or the food or water you take into your body that would be large enough to cause similar effects.

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