[ UK /ɹˈiːni‍əm/ ]
  1. a rare heavy polyvalent metallic element that resembles manganese chemically and is used in some alloys; is obtained as a by-product in refining molybdenum
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How To Use rhenium In A Sentence

  • The technology is used to etch small-diameter wire or tubing composed of tungsten-rhenium, nitinol, titanium, stainless steel, and numerous other metals common to the medical manufacturing industry.
  • High levels of refractory elements such as rhenium can make the alloys prone to the formation of what are known as deleterious topologically close packed The Engineer - News
  • The present invention relates to a heterogenic rhenium containing catalyst suited particularly to the metathetic reactions of hydrocarbons.
  • It uses neural network modelling to predict the impact very expensive additives such as rhenium and platinum might have on the heat resistance of superalloys.
  • While those steps reduced the company's rhenium use by two-thirds, GE also started a global recycling partnership with other jet-engine makers to further cut the need for new metal. Testing Their Metals
  • Since emerging evidence suggests that biomarkers of bone turnover carry notable potential to become useful tools for monitoring patients with metastatic bone disease, we measured a panel of bone formation and bone resorption markers in a relatively homogenous group of patients with hormone-refractory prostatic carcinoma (HRPC) and bone only metastases, immediately before 186Rhenium-l, l-hydroxyethylidene diphosphonate (186Re-HEDP) therapy and strictly after Health News from Medical News Today
  • He worked in various projects related to the synthesis, characterization (by IR, HPLC, NMR, UV-VIS, X-Ray diffraction) and physicochemical studies of Rhenium complexes. Contributor: Mario Rivero-Huguet
  • Other rhenium alloys are used in making temperature control devices, such as thermostats; vacuum tubes, like those in a television set; and electromagnets, electrical contacts, and thermocouples.
  • Combining the isotopic dilution (ID) method with the on-line fractionation correction method, the rhenium content can be determined accurately at sub-nanogram level using the normal solution n.
  • Sometimes platinum is combined with a second catalyst (bimetallic catalyst) such as rhenium or another noble metal. Cracking
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