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BMR Group PLC Share Chat (BMR)



Share Price: 7.50Bid: 7.25Ask: 7.75Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Bmr Group
Spread: 0.50Spread as %: 6.90%Open: 7.25High: 7.50Low: 7.25Yesterday’s Close: 7.50


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charttopper
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Rns's
Today 15:18
Are definately saying vanadium pentoxide
 
charttopper
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I hope
Today 15:15
They have quoted the right prices for the end product. Vanadium pentoxide doesn't seem to be fetching the prices stated in the rns's
Rosewall
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RE: Confused?
Today 14:00
With regards to vanadium and batteries, you may want to look at RED. The use vanadium in their large batteries and you can find them in SA.

Gary
FireballXL5
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Bryn
Today 11:52
Had my eyebrows raised when Tiny said it, even caused Graham a swivel. My word for the day now, probably be a vey early night lol.
brynjon
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RE: V
Today 11:47
Jizzing??? Bit too much info there.Ha ha. Unless of course a poor choice of terminology. LMAO.
The v is a very exciting prospect of course .
FireballXL5
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V
Today 11:21
The price is exorbitant, selling for $25.50 a kilo in Europe. I think it's extremely unethical to sell to Europe at the moment, we might be subject to all sorts of sanctions and WTO tariffs, anyone would think Mr Magoo was running this country. As for BMR then as Tiny Tempah put it on the Graham Norton show, I'm jizzing.
FireballXL5
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Confused?
Today 11:06
VanadiumPentoxide V (2) O (5) is the only product in official announcements. V electrolyte may feasibly be produced but is there demand in Zambia or neighbouring countries.. Certainly the resources are there for renewables. We could join in and place solar panels amidst our Hemp crop and erect wind turbines and name it New Amsterdam. We know what happens next. I like Franks version as the anthem and a couple of Manhattans in the Cafe.
Vitod
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Vanadium
Today 10:58
"The electrolytes may be prepared by any of several processes, including electrolytically dissolving vanadium pentoxide (V2O5) in sulphuric acid (H2SO4)"

We will have a ready supply of sulphuric for the main leaching process anyway
Vitod
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RE: I am
Today 10:50
Vanadium pentoxide seems to be the standard product on the market for vanadium. The electrolyte would take further processing if they wanted to go down that route, but could add significant value
charttopper
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I am
Today 10:28
A bit confused about what our final vanadium product is going to be in the form of. Have been confused about the price




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