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Metals and alloys news, December 2012

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Umicore and Evonik Group subsidiary Evonik Litarion GmbH have formed a business relationship to supply lithium-ion cathode materials.

Metalysis reports that it can produce rare earth metals using transformational metal production technology.

Sandvik and Sandvik Coromant have opened a new 108,000 ft2 facility near its current US headquarters in Fair Lawn, New Jersey, USA.

Enpirion says that it has successfully commercialised a new magnetic alloy, which enables the miniaturisation of passive magnetic components and their assi

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