Rhenium

Rhenium is a silvery, heavy metal with high melting point. It has the third-highest melting point, only after carbon and tungsten. Rhenium is often added to superalloys that are used to make jet engine parts. It is also used in platinum-rhenium catalysts for performing certain reactions to a type of hydrocarbon know as an olefin.
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Pure Rhenium Metal:

Shapes: powder, wire, pellet, sheet, foil, plate, rod, etc.
Purity: >99.95%

Rhenium Alloy:

Rhenium Tungsten Alloy: wire, rod, foil, board, etc.
Rhenium Molybdenum Alloy: wire, rod, tubing, board, etc.

Rhenium Composite:

Rhenium oxide; ammonium perrhenate; methyltrioxorhenium (VII)

 

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About Rhenium (Re)

Symbol: Re
Atomic number: 75
Atomic weight: 186.207
Element category: transition metal
Rhenium is a silvery, heavy metal with high melting point. It has the third-highest melting point, only after carbon and tungsten.
Rhenium is often added to superalloys that are used to make jet engine parts. It is also used in platinum-rhenium catalysts for performing certain reactions to a type of hydrocarbon know as an olefin.
Rhenium compounds have a wide variety of oxidation states ranging from -1 to +7. It is most available commercially as salts of perrhenate, including sodium and ammonium perrhenates.

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