2-D electronics take a step forward ( Rice University ) Scientists at Rice and Oak Ridge National Laboratory create single-layer films of molybdenum disulfide, a semiconductor and an important component in the development of two-dimensional electronics.
June 10, 2013 - EurekAlert!
Ian McDonald in StockInterview.com High-end molybdenum stainless steel applications consume the biggest amount,McDonald said. "Any steel that's used in the ocean or near the ocean has got molybdenum in it."
Goldie in StockInterview.com On Monday, Salman Partners Raymond Goldie wrote, "Molybdenum, like copper, nickel and zinc, is also enjoying prices which are remarkably high and remarkably sustained."