molybdenum : Definition, Usages, News and More

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muh lib di nuhm

  • n  a polyvalent metallic element that resembles chromium and tungsten in its properties; used to strengthen and harden steel

  • If with manganese steel a bit of molybdenum is mixed, the alloyed steel is still harder.
  • In peacetime, however, most steelmakers preferred tungsten; molybdenum production usually dropped off to a trickle.
  • They had cornered the Mexican mercury market and bought considerable stocks of molybdenum by offering $4.
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  • Ian McDonald in
    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
    On Monday, Salman Partners Raymond Goldie wrote, "Molybdenum, like copper, nickel and zinc, is also enjoying prices which are remarkably high and remarkably sustained."

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