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“Indium is built into a billion consumer devices a year, for instance in phone displays, and prices have soared.”
“The graph says Indium, which is used in LCD monitors, will run out in 13 years.”
“Likewise Indium which is required for today's highest quality solar cells is also quite rare and is had to find in economically feasible deposits.”
“The smell of a salt room is a little like ocean air and visitors experience a salty taste on the lips, says Richard Zagrobelny, owner of Iris Salt Rooms LLC, a Kitchener, Ontario, firm that builds salt rooms using Indium Top's Iiris machine.”
“Indium compounds are highly toxic, and can damage the heart, kidney, liver or embryos of those exposed to it.”
“Indium prices averaged about $685 per kilogram in 2008, down from a peak of $946 a kilo in 2005, based on the estimates by United States Geological Survey, which forecast a supply deficit for indium for at least another year.”
“Will the world really run out of Indium in 5 years?”
““Indium is principally a byproduct of the electrolytic refining of zinc…””
“Indium is used to make what are called thin film coatings which are used to make such electronic devices as liquid crystal displays (LCDs).”
“Indium alloys have been used in control rods for nuclear reactors.”
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