The primary sources of nickel subsulfide are the industries that manufacture it or use it in production. It will be produced in nickel refining and used in the manufacture of lithium batteries. These industries are potential emitters of nickel subsulfide as a dust into the atmosphere.
Diffuse sources, and industry sources included in diffuse emissions data
Sub-threshold facilities in the above industries.
Nickel subsulfide is a naturally occurring mineral in the earth's crust, known as heazelwoodite.
There are no known sources of mobile emissions of nickel subsulfide.
Lithium primary batteries are the only known consumer product containing nickel subsulfide.
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