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  1. Contact
    Want to learn more about the "Miracle Metal"?
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  2. About Materion
    People worldwide keep in touch, work more productively and relay vital information with cell phones and computers manufactured with beryllium-containing materials.
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  3. OSHA Standard
    Proposed OSHA Beryllium Standard
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  4. Privacy Policy
    Materion Brush Inc. is sensitive to privacy issues on the internet and is committed to safeguarding your privacy while on our website. Please read the following for a better understanding of the personal information we collect and how we use that information.
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  5. Environmental
    Everyone encounters beryllium. As a naturally occurring element, it's in rocks and soil and as a result, it commonly occurs in air, water and foods. Human activities such as the burning of coal and home heating oil or the processing of earth-based materials into products such as fertilizers can also release beryllium into the air and water. Exposures to beryllium in its natural state are not known to cause adverse health effects.
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  6. Education
    Several other sites exist as resources for teachers and students as they learn more about beryllium and the many ways in which it is used. The following resources were created to help teachers prepare lessons on metals in general and beryllium in particular. Please select the appropriate grade level below for lesson plans and classroom resources about beryllium.
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  8. Uses for Beryllium
    The unique properties of this lightweight metal make it a critical enabler of modern technologies extensively used throughout aerospace, defense, telecommunications and computer, energy exploration, medical diagnostic and other advanced applications.
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  9. Historical Perspective
    When compared to the ancient histories of metals such as gold, copper and lead, beryllium is a relative newcomer. Though beryllium was discovered in the late 18th century, its unique properties and commercial value were not recognized until the 1920s.
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  10. Forms of Beryllium
    The three primary forms of beryllium produced are beryllium-containing alloys, pure beryllium metal and beryllia ceramics, also known as beryllium oxide ceramic.
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