Platinum

Platinum is a lustrous, silvery-white, dense, malleable, ductile metal. It is a member of the platinum group of elements and group 10 of periodic table. Platinum has the third highest density and is the least reactive metal, so it is very resistant to corrosion as gold.
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Platinum Metals:

Platinum Crucible & Mold, Combustion Boat, Dish, Part, Powder, Rod, Wire, Tool, Tube, Wire, Evaporation Materials.

Purity: Pt≥99.95%

*Include Platinum Crucibles as replacements for Claisse®, Perl-X®, Vulcan, Phoenix, Katanax®, Herzog, Leco®, Linn®

Platinum Alloys:

Pt/Rh, Pt/Ir, Pt/Ti, PT/ Cu/Nb, Pt/Ru

Available in various forms.

Platinum Compounds & Catalyst:

Pt/C, Pt/Pd, Pt/Al2O3, Pt/CaCO3, Pt/BaSO4, Pt/SiO2.

Purity of most products: ≥99%

For platinum sputter targets, find here: https://www.sputtertargets.net/platinum.html

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About Platinum (Pt)

Symbol: Pt
Atomic number: 78
Atomic weight: 195.084
Element category: transition metal
Platinum is a lustrous, silvery-white, dense, malleable, ductile metal. It is a member of the platinum group of elements and group 10 of the periodic table. Platinum has the third-highest density and is the least reactive metal, so it is very resistant to corrosion as gold.
Platinum is mainly used in catalytic converters for vehicles. In the chemical industry, platinum is often used as a catalyst. It is also widely used to make laboratory vessels because of its excellent resistance to corrosion. Platinum Wire is used in high-temperature electric furnaces.

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