Definitions for "Metals"
Keywords:  cadmium, arsenic, zinc, mercury, nickel
Inorganic substances commonly found in sewage sludge. The regulations include limitations on arsenic, cadmium, copper, lead, mercury, molybdenum, nickel, selenium and zinc.
metals include elements with a metallic luster and are found on and beneath the earth's surface, such as iron, manganese, lead, cadmium, zinc, nickel, gold and mercury.
Metals used in signmaking include: aluminum,brass,cast iron,copper, gold,iridium, lead,magnesium,mild steel,muntz metal, nickel, pewter, platinum, silver, stainless steel, tin, titanium, weathering steel, zinc.
Consist of many different substances, all of which are elements and therefore cannot disappear or be broken down. They can, however, combine with other substances and thereby acquire different characteristics and environmental impacts.
the elements in the middle and left parts of the periodic table, except for hydrogen.
Elements characterised by their opacity, malleability and thermal and electrical conductivity.
Keywords:  limdev, limpopo, eami, asia, venture
a joint venture between East Asia Metal Investment (EAMI) of China and Limpopo Development and Enterprises (Limdev)
Metals are needed to build ships, defense and industry on a world. Metal mines (type m) and raw material mines (type r) produce metals. Worlds generally need an initial input of metals to begin building up their industry. Metals, like all other materials, are carried on transports and jumptransports.