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What is Metal?

MIDDLE EAST METAL COMMODITIES

Most metals are silvery, high-density, and relatively soft solids that deform easily

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Which country do you want to trade with?
  • Afghanistan
  • Armenia
  • Azerbaijan
  • Bahrain
  • Egypt
  • Georgia
  • Iran
  • Iraq
  • Israel
  • Jordan
  • Kuwait
  • Lebanon
  • Oman
  • Pakistan
  • Qatar
  • Saudi Arabia
  • Syria
  • Turkey
  • United Arab Emirates
  • Yemen
Metals make up most of the elements and can be divided into several groups
Metals make up most of the elements and can be divided into several groups

Metals look shiny (they may be rusted, in which case they will shine again after polishing). When combined with other metals, they form a homogeneous mixture (solution) called an alloy. Metals tend to lose or share electrons when they react with other materials. Each metal has at least one basic oxide.

Most metals are silvery, high-density, and relatively soft solids that deform easily. They have good electrical and thermal conductivity, fully packed structures, low ionization energy, and low electronegativity. These elements are found in nature in combination. 

Some metals appear colored (copper, cesium, gold), have low densities (e.g. beryllium and aluminum) and have very high melting points (e.g. tungsten and niobium), are liquid at or near room temperature (e.g. mercury and gallium), are brittle (e.g. bismuth and osmium), are not easily machined (e.g. titanium and rhenium), are noble (hardly oxidized, for example, Gold and platinum), or have non-metallic structures (manganese). And gallium is structurally similar to white phosphorus and iodine, respectively). 

Metals make up most of the elements and can be divided into several groups. From left to right in the periodic table, these elements include highly reactive alkali metals, less reactive alkaline earth metals, and then radioactive lanthanides and actinides. Old transition metals (intermediate) and post-transition metals (intermediate) are physically and chemically weak. There are also specialized sub-disciplines such as refractory metals and precious metals.

Healing with metals is an ancient Ayurvedic therapy. Metals like gold, silver and copper have been used to treat various health problems in Ayurveda. Gold water, silver water, copper water means water charged with the healing qualities of these metals. It is known that copper, silver and gold have health benefits for the human body. These health benefits can be transferred to the water which comes in contact with these metals. In ancient times, it was a practice with the Kings and the affluent to use gold and silver utensils and cutlery to serve and eat food, and to store and drink water from these metallic containers. Ayurveda has from times immemorial suggested using a copper vessels to store water overnight and to drink this as soon as one gets up the next morning. Many Ayurvedic medicines even today use gold and silver ash (bhasm) as one of their ingredients. Also it was and is a common practice in India to put a gold or silver foil in murabbas, chyawanprash and medicines even today. Paan, the Indian betel leaf mouth freshener and digestive, is covered in silver foil before being given to the customer. All this just shows the importance these metals have on our health and well being. When metals like gold, silver or copper are put in water for a specific time period, the resultant water gets charged with the health benefiting qualities of the metal. People suffering from respiratory disease like asthma, breathlessless, diseases of the lungs, heart diseases, brain diseases, find it benefits to consume gold charged water. Gold benefits the brain, relaxes the body and mind. 10 to 20 grams of gold coins or gold ornaments like bangles, rings, etc. People suffering from digestive problems and organs related to digestion like stomach, intestines, liver etc and those suffering from diseases of the urinary system and organs find it benefits to consume silver charged water. Silver has anti bacterial, anti viral and anti fungal properties. In olden times milk was preserved by putting silver coins in it since it kills pathogens of all types instantly. 20 to 50 grams of pure silver coins, utensils like small plates or pieces of silver. Precautions Use only pure silver for this purpose. Those suffering from a number of chronic and complicated diseases like joint diseases, polio, leprosy, high BP, knee pains, stress and mental tension, paralysis find it benefits to consume copper charged water. Copper is needed by the body for various physiological functions like RBC synthesis, protein metabolism, enzyme activity and benefits the nervous and circulatory systems and bone health. 40 to 50 grams of copper in the form of coins, utensils, small plates or pieces of copper. Precautions Do not use copper wires meant for electric work even if they are new.

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