rare gases


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rare gases,

n.pl a group of very stable elements, such as neon and argon, that because of their filled outer electron shells do not easily react with other atoms. Also called
inert gases or
noble gases.
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Rise in the awareness of the benefits of rare gases and steady increase of income and purchasing power of most urban residents is further expected to fuel the demand for rare gases.
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Prior information notice without call for competition: Hydrogen, argon, rare gases, nitrogen and oxygen
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Nick Haines, Head of Global Source Development, Global Helium & Rare Gases, Linde, said,"Linde has worked diligently to develop this unique Helium resource together with Renergen and looks forward to receiving helium upon commencement of plant operations.
Linde has worked diligently to develop this unique Helium resource together with Renergen and looks forward to receiving helium upon commencement of plant operations, said Nick Haines, Head of Global Source Development, Global Helium & Rare Gases, Linde.
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