Category: Vanadium

The melting point of vanadium is about 1000 degrees lower than that of columbium, so there is much less interest in vanadium for high-temperature applications than in the abundant refractory metals.

Why Is Vanadium A Transition Metal?

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Why Is Vanadium A Transition Metal? The melting point of vanadium is about 1000 degrees lower than that of columbium, so there is much less interest in vanadium for high-temperature applications than in the abundant refractory metals. Pure vanadium has only recently become available in quantities large enough for thorough studies of its physical and […]

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