Stanford Advanced Materials (SAM) now can provide various niobium metal, niobium alloy and niobium compound including:
Shapes: foil, sheet, strip, plate, board, rod, bar, wire, tube, pipe, ring, ingot, capillary tube, etc.;
Materials: R04200, R04210
Niobium Zirconium Alloy: ingot, foil, sheet, board, tube, pipe, rod, bar, wire, crucible, lump, etc.
Niobium Hafnium Alloy: ingot, foil, sheet, board, tube, pipe, rod, bar, wire, crucible, lump, etc.
Niobium Nickel Alloy: lump, foil, sheet, board, etc.
Molybdenum Niobium Alloy: ingot
Shapes: ingot, rod
Niobium Oxide powder, Niobium Carbide powder, Niobium Oxalate, Niobium Chloride, Niobium Boride powder, Niobium Nitride powder, Niobium Silicide powder, Niobium Monoxide, etc.
Platinized Niobium Mesh Anode
For niobium sputter targets, find here: https://www.sputtertargets.net/niobium.html
Atomic number: 41
Atomic weight: 92.90637
Melting point: 2468℃
Element category: transition metal
Niobium, formerly columbium, is gray like other metals and takes on a bluish tinge when exposed to air at room temperatures for a long time. It resembles the element tantalum and performs resistance against many chemicals. Niobium has a high ductility at room temperature.
Niobium is used mostly as an alloying agent to produce high-temperature-resistant alloys or special steel. Superalloys containing niobium are widely used winning various superconducting materials. High level of biocompatibility makes niobium has good use in surgery.
Niobium reacts with most nonmetals at high temperatures and forms different niobium compounds such as oxides, sulfides, halides, nitrides, and carbides.
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