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About Nickel (Ni)

Symbol: Ni
Atomic number: 28
Atomic weight: 58.6934
Element category: transition metal
Nickel is silvery-white. hard, malleable, and ductile metal. Pure nickel shows a significant chemical activity, but larger pieces of the metal are slow to react with air due to the protective oxide surface.
The major use of nickel is in the preparation of alloys. About 46% of nickel production is for making nickel steels, 34% in nonferrous alloys or super alloys, 14% electroplating, and 6% in other uses. Nickel alloys are characterized by strength, ductility, and resistance to corrosion and heat.

Stanford Advanced Materials (SAM) now can provide various nickel products including:

Nickel Metal:
Different shapes of nickel metal such as strip, foil, sheet, powder, purity from 99% to 99.995%.

Niobium Nickel alloy:
Niobium Nickel alloy lumps, sheet, foil, etc., custom products are available upon requests.

Nickel Evaporation Material:
Ni, Al/Ni, Cr/Ni, Co/Ni/Cr, Co/Ni, Cu/Ni, Fe/Ni, Mn/Ni, Ni/Cr/Al, Ni/Cr/Si, Ni/Cr, Ni/Cu, Ni/Fe, Ni/Mn, Ni/Ti, Ni/W, Ni/V, Ni/Zr, Ti/Ni, Zr/Ni, LaNiO3, NiO, NiSi2, Ni2B, NiTe

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