Category: Hafnium

Hafnium is a hard, corrosion resistant metal that has similar properties to zirconium. Hafnium is nowhere produced for itself but only as a result of the purifying of zirconium for use in nuclear plant and equipment, where the lowest possible level of hafnium is required.

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Introduction to Hafnium Crystal Bar

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Introduction Hafnium is a silvery-white metal that is chemically similar to zirconium. It is a corrosion-resistant metal with a high melting point, making it useful in a variety of applications. One form of hafnium that is becoming increasingly popular is the hafnium crystal bar. In this article, we will briefly introduce the features and applications […]

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7 Interesting Facts about Hafnium


7 Interesting Facts about Hafnium The element symbol of hafnium is Hf; the atomic number of hafnium is 72; the atomic weight of hafnium is 178.49; hafnium belongs to group IVB in the periodic table. And hafnium is a lustrous silver-gray transition metal with a density of 13.31g / cm³ (20 ° C), a melting point […]

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4 Uses of Hafnium | The Applications of Hafnium and Hafnium Alloys

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4 Uses of Hafnium  Hafnium is a lustrous silver-gray transition metal, with a density of 13.31g / cm³. Hafnium has the properties of high-temperature resistance, corrosion resistance, oxidation resistance, easy processing, rapid heat absorption, and heat release, and is widely used in industrial production and our daily life. In this article, we’ll take a look at 4 […]

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What Hafnium Is Used For?

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What Hafnium Is Used For? Hafnium occurs in zirconium ores. Because this metal must be removed from “reactor-grade” zirconium, the production of hafnium is largely dependent on zirconium production, as discussed later. Its melting point is 4032℉. However, it has not been available in sufficiently large quantities to have any extensive elevated-temperature applications other than […]

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