Selenium and tellurium: state of the markets, the crisis, and its consequences

@article{Naumov2010SeleniumAT,
  title={Selenium and tellurium: state of the markets, the crisis, and its consequences},
  author={A. V. Naumov},
  journal={Metallurgist},
  year={2010},
  volume={54},
  pages={197-200}
}
  • A. V. Naumov
  • Published 17 July 2010
  • Materials Science
  • Metallurgist
Selenium and tellurium are used as alloying additions in ferrous and nonferrous metallurgy. The current state of the international and Russian markets for selenium and tellurium is surveyed based on the literature data of the last several years. 

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