Tantalum is a ductile metal. Tantalum has excellent corrosion resistance to most chemicals except hydrofluoric acid. Tantalum metal has a melting point exceeded only by tungsten & rhenium. The melting point of tantalum is approximately 3017 degrees Celsius. Tantalum’s main end uses are in capacitors, vacuum furnaces, chemical process equipment, nuclear reactors, and aircraft parts.
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Tantalum powders and its applications Tantalum powders are dark grey combustible metal powder with a high density and excellent thermal and electrical conductivity properties. And they are widely used in many applications, especially medical applications. tantalum capacitors and superalloys tantalum mill products the new generation of tantalum sputtering target alloy additives and high temperature or corrosive […]
What Are the Uses of Tantalum and Its Alloys? Want to learn about what are the uses of tantalum and its alloys? Then you’ve come to the right place. In this article, we’ll take a look at the uses of tantalum and its alloys. The tolerance of tantalum to interstitial elements and reasonable elastic modulus […]
Why Tantalum Is Important? Tantalum occurs in columbium ores. As the demand for columbium increases, increasing amounts of tantalum concentrates become available. After a difficult and complex separation and reduction process, both metals are obtained in the form of powder. The powder is pressed in dies to form bars which are vacuum sintered by passing […]
The Metal that Doesn’t Fear Aqua Regia—Tantalum Corrosion is the damage or qualitative change of material under the influence of the environment. The corrosion of metal and alloy is mainly caused by chemical or electrochemical damage. Common corrosion-resistant metals are austenitic stainless steel, Hastelloy, Monel alloy, titanium and titanium alloy, platinum, gold, rhodium, and other […]
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