Toward the end of March, market demand for silicon metal was low, with only a few purchase requests received. The factory's price fell by about 600 RMB/MT. The overwhelming majority of stockholders were clearly bearish. The only thing that kept the price high was the cost. Many small and medium-sized silicon factories increased their willingness to sell as a result of the sharp drop in revenues. Downstream industries were also constantly changing their production rhythms as a result of lower demand and the impediment of raw material delivery.
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About Metal Silicon:
Silicon is a chemical element having atomic number 14. This crystalline solid is hard and brittle in nature and has a blue-grey metallic lustre. It is found in group 14 of the periodic table and its oxides form a family of anions called as silicate. Metal Silicon, also known as industrial silicon, contains 98.5% or more of silicon dioxide (SiO2) and is prepared by melting quartzite and other materials. It is most commonly used as a basic industrial raw material to produce organic and polycrystalline silicon. Based on the contents of the three main impurities, viz. iron, aluminum and calcium in the Metal Silicon, it can be categorised into different grades like 553, 441, etc.
In order to produce Metal Silicon, quartzite and other materials are melted and processed to obtain the desired result with 98.5% or more silicon dioxide (SiO2).
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