Tungsten

Pure tungsten is a hard, lustrous, and silvery-white metal. Tungsten has the highest melting point, lowest vapor pressure, and the highest tensile strength of all the elements.
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Stanford Advanced Materials (SAM) now can provide various tungsten products including:

Pure Tungsten Metal:

Shapes: rod, bar, plate, sheet, wire, crucible, boat, powder, etc.
Purity: ≥99.95%

Tungsten Heavy Alloy:

Tungsten Nickel Iron Alloy (W-Ni-Fe Alloy); Tungsten Nickel Copper Alloy (W- Ni-Cu Alloy)

Tungsten Composite:

Tungsten Copper Composite (W-Cu composite); Tungsten Silver Composite (W-Ag composite)

Tungsten Carbide (WC):

Cemented Tungsten Carbide: rod, strip, customized
Tungsten Carbide Powder: customized
Other tungsten carbide products: drill, cutter, tip, die, customized

Other Tungsten Products:

Poly tungsten (tungsten-filled polymer); tungsten oxides; tungsten heater; tungsten electrode; furnace system parts; tungsten collimator; tungsten syringe shield; radiation shielding parts

For tungsten sputtering targets, find here: https://www.sputtertargets.net/pure-metal/tungsten-sputter-target.html

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Tungsten
Pure Tungsten
Tungsten Heavy Alloy
Tungsten Alloy Composites
Tungsten Carbide
Other Tungsten
Tungsten Alloy Radiation Shield
Tungsten Alloy Military Fittings
Tungsten Alloy Counter Weight
Tungsten Alloy for Welding
Tungsten Putty Weight
Tungsten Bucking Bar

About Tungsten (W)

Chemical symbol W
Atomic number 74
Atomic weight 183.84
Element category Transition metal

 

Pure tungsten is a hard, lustrous, and silvery-white metal. Tungsten has the highest melting point, lowest vapor pressure, and the highest tensile strength of all the elements.

Its good properties make tungsten an important raw material used in high-temperature applications. For example, good electrical conductivity makes high purity tungsten has a wild application in TFT-LCD screens.

Most tungsten is consumed for the production of tungsten carbide (WC), one of the hardest carbides. Tungsten alloys are also widely used in filaments in incandescent light bulbs, electric contacts, arc- welding electrodes, radiation shielding, and the aerospace industry.

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