login: password:
Registration

Ge
Germanium

History

Germanium was discovered in 1886 by German chemist Clemens Winkler, a mineral argirodit by using spectral analysis. The name was in honor of Germany.

Nowadays

Germany, by virtue of their physical properties, is an ideal semiconductor, so most of the extracted metal is in electrical engineering needs. Germanium used in other fundamental areas of modern technology: for the measurement of low temperatures, to detect infrared radiation in the gamma-ray detectors.

Date ASIA EUROPE USA
26/12/2009 966.6 966.6 966.6
19/12/2009 966.61 966.61 966.61
12/12/2009 966.66 966.66 966.66
05/12/2009 996.05 996.05 996.05
28/11/2009 1009.99 1009.99 1009.99
21/11/2009 995.93 995.93 995.93
14/11/2009 1009.7 1009.7 1009.7
07/11/2009 1025.63 1025.63 1025.63
31/10/2009 1000.74 1000.74 1000.74
24/10/2009 1020.65 1020.65 1020.65
17/10/2009 996.07 996.07 996.07
10/10/2009 996.14 996.14 996.14
02/10/2009 996.14 996.14 996.14
25/09/2009 996.02 996.02 996.02
18/09/2009 997.25 997.25 997.25
12/09/2009 995.76 995.76 995.76
1




All rights reserved
www.primemetals.com