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Web of science journal indexing

Web of Science journal indexing database is the citations of Multidisciplinary areas. It covers the various journals of engineering, medical, scientific, humanities, and social sciences. Here, we guide you in checking web of science journal citation reports, web of science journal ranking, web of science author search, and more. To publish your paper,  http://higssoftware.com/web-of-science-journal-indexing.php read more
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Sodium Cyanide Market is estimated to be US$ 1877.69 kilotons by 2030 with a CAGR of 6.10% during the forecast period

Global Sodium Cyanide Market accounted for US$ 1043.0 kilotons in 2020 and is estimated to be US$ 1877.69 kilotons by 2030 and is anticipated to register a CAGR of 6.10%. Sodium cyanide (NaCN) is a toxic inorganic solid that has a strong affinity for metals. Pharmaceuticals, dyes & pigments, agrochemicals, and metal industries all use it as a raw ingredient. Because of its toxicity, it is also utilised as a pesticide and in analytical testing. The International Cyanide Management Code for the Manufacture, Transport, and Use of Cyanide in Gold Production, often known as the Cyanide Code, is a voluntary initiative aimed at assisting the global gold mining sector. It also assists gold mining cyanide producers and transporters in developing cyanide management techniques and publicly demonstrating compliance with the Cyanide Code through an impartial and transparent process. The report ” Global Sodium Cyanide Market, By Type (Solid Sodium Cyanide and Liquid Sodium Cyanide), By Application (Mining, Chemical Industry, Pharmaceutical Industry and Dyes & Pigments), and By Region (North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, and Middle East & Africa) – Trends, Analysis and Forecast till 2029’’ Key Highlights: In 2019, Dr Reddy’s Laboratories announced the launch of sodium nitroprusside injection, which is […] read more
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Internet Penetration Boosts the Requirement for Immersion Cooling

Immersion cooling allows the transfer of heat source from the working fluid. This working fluid is non-conductive in nature and restricted to only four families of fluids. It includes deionized water, fluorocarbon-based fluids, mineral oil, and synthetic fluids.  Immersion cooling can be described as the practice of submerging computer components in a thermally, instead of electrically, conductive liquid. It is a method used regularly for cooling large power distribution components, such as transformers. This method is gaining popularity across the world with innovative data centers. The IT servers and hardware cooled by utilizing this method do not need fans and the heat exchange between the cool water circuit and warm coolant is usually caused by the heat exchanger. Several supercomputers with a massive density such as Cray-2, and CrayT90 require large liquid-to-chilled liquid heat exchangers for the removal of heat. In 2021, the immersion cooling industry contributes $258.6 million, and it is predicted to generate $1,855.1 million in 2030, advancing at a rate of 24.5% in the coming future. The rising penetration of the data centers, rapid usage of cloud services, and large amounts of data generation are the major factors for industry propulsion.  Moreover, the rising internet penetration, led […] read more
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