Stanford Advanced Materials (SAM) now can provide various cobalt products including:
Shapes: sheet, foil, wire, powder, or customized
Purity: 99%, 99.9%, 99.95%, 99.99%
Cobalt (Co) , Aluminum Cobalt (Al/Co) , Chromium Cobalt (Cr/Co) , Cobalt Aluminum (Co/Al) , Cobalt Chromium (Co/Cr) , Cobalt Iron (Co/Fe) , Cobalt Nickel Chromium (Co/Ni/Cr) , Cobalt Nickel (Co/Ni) , Cobalt Titanium (Co/Ti) , Cobalt Tungsten (Co/W) , Copper Cobalt (Cu/Co) , Titanium Cobalt (Ti/Co) , Cobalt Oxide (CoO) , Lithium Cobalt Oxide (LiCoO2)
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Atomic number: 27
Atomic weight: 58.933194
Element category: transition metal
Cobalt is hard, lustrous, silvery, brittle metal and is magnetic. It is similar to iron and nickel in physical properties.
Cobalt is used in many high performance alloys, magnets and magnetic materials. Cobalt alloys are corrosion and wear- resistant, which are applied in gas turbine aircraft engines and other places where require high-temperature strength. Samarium Cobalt magnets is an important permanent magnets.
As cobalt is chemically active, it forms many compounds. Lithium cobalt oxide (LiCoO2) is widely used in lithium ion battery cathodes. Several compounds are used in chemical reactions as catalysts. Cobalt pigments are used for centuries.
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