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NBNew Balance Athletic Shoe, Inc.
NBNew Brunswick
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NBNewborn
NBNotice Board
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NBNot Bad
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NBNew Building (various organizations)
NBNoord Brabant (Netherlands province)
NBNo Brainer
NBNon-Binding (chemistry)
NBNewsboys (band)
NBNorges Bank (Norway)
NBNo Base
NBNieuw Buinen (town in The Netherlands)
NBNorth-Bound
NBNo-Bid
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NBNude Beaches
NBNeighborhood Business
NBNeutral Buoyancy
NBNitrogen Balance
NBNewbreed (TFC Clan)
NBNotchback (automobile body style)
NBNominal Bore (internal diameter of a pipe/fitting)
NBNice Boys (Guns N' Roses song)
NBNightbreed (The Clan)
NBNo Brown (fish)
NBNon Billable
NBSterling European Airlines (airline code)
NBNordlandsbanken
NBNew Bombay
NBNorth Bonneville (Washington)
NBNinja Burger (humor website)
NBNegative Burn (Quake 3 Clan)
NBNonbattle
NBNonabyte (1e+27 bytes)
NBNew Babylonian
NBNoisy Bus
NBNassif Building (Falls Church, Virginia)
NBNuclear Boiler
NBNordicbots (QuakeNet gaming)
NBOccupation Semipostal (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
NBNoob Busters (gaming clan)
NBNon-Bound Application (insurance)
NBNaval Base
NBNew Braunfels (New Braunfels, Texas)
NBNorth Brookfield
NBNorth Bergen (New Jersey)
NBNeuberger Berman (asset management firm; est. 1939; various locations)
NBNorth Bend (Washington)
NBNational Bookstore (Philippines)
NBNight Below (fantasy novel)
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Technavio's report, Global Niobium Market 2016-2020, has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with inputs from industry experts.
A method of flotation separation with subsequent sensitive spectrophotometric determination of niobium is developed.
High-purity niobium ingots with an RRR exceeding 250 manufactured at ULVAC's in-house facilities
Niobium also has a very high melting point -- nearly 2,500 degrees Celsius -- so devices made from these nanowires could potentially be suitable for use in high-temperature applications.
Commercial production of niobium pentoxide concentrates began in 1976.
To stabilize the niobium tin cables, researchers created a thick aluminum shell to minimize any movements once the niobium tin coils were subjected to the powerful forces generated by the magnet.
The main goal of this experimental research was to study and optimize the plasmochemical process of the production of tantalum and niobium nanopowders (20-150 nm) from their pentachlorides at pilot scale in the heated up to 3500 K hydrogen stream in a plasmatron.
With increasing the application temperatures, niobium with a higher melting point is preferred in such structures.
As a result of the reduction reaction (2) two products are formed: alloy of niobium with residual aluminium and slag (calcium--aluminium oxides), having usually a quite clear separation or interfacial area (Fig.
Both in arc and plasma melting (Figure 3), as partial pressure of nitrogen in gas phase grows, its equilibrium (threshold) concentration in the metal and rate of nitrogen absorption by niobium increases.
assemble 19 papers given at the ASTM F04 symposium in November of 2004 held in Washington DC, which centered on alloys made up of titanium, niobium, zirconium, and tantalum, their processing techniques for medical applications, properties important for their use in biomedical applications, and evaluation of their biological and clinical performance.
McKinnon also holds claims for a number of phosphate, gold, niobium and coal deposits in Ontario's remote (North) and Canada's Arctic islands.