Brand Name : HMD
Model Number : HMD-Nb
Certification : SGS, BV, TUV, LR
Place of Origin : CHN
MOQ : 1 KG
Price : USD 30-50 per KG
Payment Terms : L/C, T/T
Supply Ability : 200 Tons Per Year
Delivery Time : 20 Days
Packaging Details : Export standard package with polywood case or ISPM 15 stamped wooden case
Material : Niobium
Density : 8.57 (g cm−3)
Melting point : 2410 °C
Boiling point : 5100 °C
Status : Anneal
Surface : Bright
Niobium Rod / Bar is widely used in chemical, electronic, aerospace and other fields for its properties of high melting point, corrosion resistance and good cold working performance.
Niobium is a shiny, white, soft, and ductile metal, and takes on a bluish cast when exposed to air at room temperatures for a long time. The metal starts to oxidize in air at 200°C, and when processed at even moderate temperatures must be placed in a protective atmosphere.
High-purity Niobium Rod & Niobium Bar can be bought at Stanford Advanced Materials (SAM). With extensive experience in the manufacture and sale of niobium products, SAM offers customers high-quality Nb Rod & Nb Bar at competitive prices. We are also able to customize this product according to various specifications.
Niobium is used as an alloying agent and for jewelry, but perhaps its most interesting applications are in the field of superconductivity. Superconductive wire can be made from an alloy of niobium and titanium which can then be used to make superconductive magnets. Other alloys of niobium, such as those with tin and aluminum, are superconductive as well. Pure niobium is itself a superconductor when it is cooled below 9.25 K (-442.75°F). Superconductive niobium cavities are at the heart of a machine built at the Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility. This machine, called an electron accelerator, is used by scientists to study the quark structure of matter. The accelerator's 338 niobium cavities are bathed in liquid helium and accelerate electrons to nearly the speed of light.
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