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How Was Vanadium Discovered?

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How Was Vanadium Discovered? Vanadium is a silvery-white transition metal with element symbol V, atomic number 23, and atomic weight 50.9414. Vanadium has a high melting point of 1890 ° C and is called refractory metal together with niobium, tantalum, tungsten, and molybdenum. Due to its excellent physical and chemical properties, vanadium and vanadium alloy are widely […]

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4 Types of Rhenium Alloys You Mightn’t Know

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4 Types of Rhenium Alloys You Mightn’t Know Rhenium is a silvery-white rare high melting point metal that is hard, wear-resistant, and corrosion-resistant. Rhenium is stable in air, insoluble in hydrochloric acid, and does not interact with hydrogen and nitrogen. Because of the high price of rhenium, the application of rhenium-containing alloys is mostly used. In this article, […]

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5 Interesting Facts About Tantalum

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5 Interesting Facts About Tantalum Tantalum is a metallic element with a bluish tint and excellent ductility. Tantalum is the third most refractory metal, only after tungsten and rhenium, with a melting point of 2980 ℃, element symbol Ta, atomic number 73, and a density of 16.68g / cm³. Except for the basics above, what else should […]

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6 Interesting Facts About Rhenium

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6 Interesting Facts About Rhenium Rhenium is a rare silver-white metal and belongs to the 6th-period transition metal in the periodic table. It is one of the rarest elements in the earth’s crust and one of the highest melting and boiling elements. In today’s article, we will take a look at 6 interesting facts about rhenium.  Interesting Facts […]

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Metal with High Melting Point | Top 10 Metals with High Melting Points

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Metal with High Melting Point Many people know that the metal with the lowest melting point is mercury, which is the only metal that is liquid at room temperature. But when it comes to a metal with high melting point, probably not many people know the answer. That’s the reason why we’ve compiled this list of […]

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How to Choose a Pair of Titanium Glasses?

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How to Choose a Pair of Titanium Glasses? Titanium is widely used in the eyewear industry because of its excellent properties, including the resistance to deformation and discoloration, as well as strong stability, etc. Spectacle frames made of titanium can be divided into three types: pure titanium, titanium alloy, and beta-titanium frames. The following is […]

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How Is Titanium Used In Automotive Lightweight?

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How Is Titanium Used In Automotive Lightweight? Lightweighting is a concept in the auto industry about building cars and trucks that are less heavy as a way to achieve better fuel efficiency and handling. The main guiding ideology of automobile weight reduction is to ensure the steady improvement of performance and to design various assembly […]

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Rhenium Applications | What Is Rhenium Used For?

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Rhenium Applications The previous article, Overview of Rhenium, introduces the discovery history of rhenium (Re), physical and chemical properties, and magical rhenium effects. In this article, we will take a close look at the rhenium applications. People have tried their best and they only have about 50 tons of rhenium a year. What is rhenium used for? […]

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Why Is There No Gasoline Without Rhenium?

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Why Is There No Gasoline Without Rhenium? The previous article, Overview of the Refractory Metal Rhenium, introduces the discovery history of rhenium, physical and chemical properties, and magical rhenium effects. People have tried their best and they only have about 50 tons of rhenium a year. What are they used for? Why is there no […]

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