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What does NiFe stand for?

NiFe stands for Nickel Iron


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Products include nickel titanate yellows (PY-53 and PY-161); chrome titanate yellows (PBrn-24, PY-162 and PY-163); zinc ferrite buffs (PY-119); chromeiron-zinc browns (PBrn-33); manganese antimony titanate brow (PY-164); cobalt blues (PB-28, PB-36 and PB-74); cobalt greens (PG-26 and PG-50); cobalt violets (PV-14 and PV-48); copper-chrome black (PBIk-28); manganese iron black (PBlk-26); cobalt chrome iron black (PBlk-27); nickel iron IR black (PBIk-30); and iron chromite IR black (PG-17).
Recent breakthroughs in nano-crystalline nickel have included its use in a nickel iron coating with superior magnetic properties and as ah environmentally benign substitute for nickel-beryllium alloys with better strength, resilience, and electrical conductivity.
In addition, the engineers hope to gain information specifically about the Dodge Caravan Electric minivan, including: -- Active safety implications of electric vehicles on the nation's interstate highway system; -- Realistic performance numbers for the NiCad battery-equipped minivan; -- Durability of the unique electric components including the General Electric DC motor and controller, Goodyear electric vehicle tires and SAFT NiCad battery pack; -- Effects of heating/air conditioning on vehicle range and performance; -- Human factor issues with driving a virtually silent car; -- NiCad batteries (equipped on the test vehicle) compared to Nickel Iron batteries (equipped on about half the 1993 production models).
Electrosource CEO Benny Jay, who explained that the Horizon battery: -- can be recharged 50 percent in 8 minutes and 99 percent in half an hour and travel more than 100 miles between charges; -- can sustain more than 900 charge/discharge cycles, which according to independent tests, means the battery will last approximately 80,000 miles; -- has shown, in other testing, a significantly higher storage capacity to weight ratio than previous batteries and delivers more than 52 watt-hours per kilogram specific energy; -- can be manufactured for significantly less than other advanced batteries (such as nickel iron batteries).