Nickel Magazine

Volume 24-3: A Tale of Two Nickel Economies: Australia and Germany

December 30, 2009

Features


In Focus

The Ripple Effect

The Ripple Effect

Nickel Magazine’s mandate is technical and, by extension, economic. It examines how the attributes of nickel-containing materials offer toughness , durability, corrosion resistance, catalytic activity, and a host of other attributes to processes and products.

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In Brief

Bill Molloy

In Memory, Bill Molloy

Bill Molloy, retired Vice President of the Nickel Institute, died on September 11, 2009 at his home in Bedfordshire of a rare and radical cancer.


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In Use

Thames Barrier

Thames Barrier

Maintaining the Thames Barrier with superduplex stainless steel

SMA bars connected to steel bars

SMAs for Bridges

Bridges in earthquake-prone regions may one day benefit from the super-elastic qualities of shape memory alloys (SMAs) made of nickel and titanium.


Nodular Phosphorescent ENC

Composite EN Coatings

A new type of electroless nickel coating, that can be made to glow in the dark.

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Current Issue

Nickel and sustainability

Towards a circular economy

August 30, 2018

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Feature Story:
A catalyst for sustainable operations
Nickel-containing catalysts are widely used in the refining and petrochemical industries worldwide. At end-of-life, catalysts are either sent to landfill or sent for recycling to recover the valuable metals they contain. Refineries in Kuwait are changing the way they handle spent catalysts.