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And carmakers need graphite, manganese, and lithium.
The motor generator is connected to a suitcase-sized 48-volt lithium-ion nickel manganese cobalt graphite battery pack that's air cooled and mounted to the inside rear wall of the cabin.
The wings and fuselage were constructed from corrugated duralumin, a light, strong alloy of aluminum, copper, manganese, and magnesium, while the landing gear and bracing were all steel.
The order follows a report Tuesday that says the United States is reliant on China, Russia and other nations for the overwhelming majority of minerals such as platinum, manganese and rare-earth elements.
Tahini, made from ground sesame seeds, provides copper, manganese, calcium, magnesium, iron, zinc, selenium, and thiamin.
And in East Liverpool, just down the street from the Heritage Thermal incinerator, S.H. Bell was cited for allowing toxic levels of dust with heavy metal chemical additives such as manganese to drift beyond its property line.
Cobalt supply is a concern, but the silver lining is that cobalt can be substituted out from lithium-ion batteries, usually with some combination of nickel, aluminum, or manganese.
Two of the shells still contained the residue of a dark substance, which a laboratory analysis identified as manganese oxide.
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