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A sample of the element hafnium rotating so you can see all sides. See for higher quality version. Hafnium is element number 72. All the elements at Hafnium Valley: Intel's new Chip (NBC 11 News) Name Origin From Hafnia, the Latin name of Copenhagen. "Hafnium" in different languages. Sources Hafnium does not exist in nature in ... Intel co-founder Gordon Moore speaks at the Intel Developer Forum on how Intel's innovative use of hafnium in processor A phone that works poorly. Created by HaFnium. hafniumwockeez III-Hafnium 1st place MAPEH competition in CNHS 2009-2010 3rd yr level Racial Collision The Dutch physicist Dirk Coster and the Hungarian chemist Georg de Hevesy discovered the element Hafnium (Hf) in 1923. Particular use is made of ...

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