Australian Mines just got word that the scandium oxide from its Sconi nickel-cobalt-scandium project in Queensland, Australia is suitable for the planned second phase of alloy development alongside the UK’s Metalysis

Posted by on November 7, 2018 11:12 pm
Categories: Cobalt Nickel

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As reported by Proactive Investors, Australian Mines just got word that the scandium oxide from its Sconi nickel-cobalt-scandium project in Queensland, Australia is suitable for the planned second phase of alloy development alongside the UK’s Metalysis.

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