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Rhodium is alloyed with platinum and palladium in electrodes for spark plugs, advanced laboratory equipment and in thermocouples. Rhodium compounds also have catalytic uses in automotive catalytic converters.
Rhodium is used as a plating metal in jewelry production to enhance the whiteness of white gold. Rhodium is available as metal and in compound forms with purities ranging from 99% to 99.999%. .Rhodium oxides is an insoluble rhodium source available in powder and dense pellet form for such uses as optical coating and thin film applications.
Stanford Advanced Materials (SAM) supplies high quality Rhenium Compounds, including Methyltrioxorhenium(VII), Rhenium Oxides and Rhenium Oxides.
Methyltrioxorhenium(VII) is called Methylrhenium trioxide(VII) or MTO. This Re compound is an organometallic compound with the formula CH3ReO3. MTO is a colourless solid that has been used as a catalyst in some chemical laboratories.
We provide our customers with high purity Rhenium Oxides series, including rhenium(VII) oxide, rhenium(IV) oxide and rhenium trioxide. The largest user for Rhenium oxide is chemical industry's catalytic uses.
Ammonium perrhenate(APR) was discovered soon after rhenium. APR could be produced from almost all normal sources of Re and it is the most common form in which Re is traded. NH4ReO3 is white and crystal-like salt, with good water solubility. Ammounium Perrhenate is often used to produce high purity Rhenium powder.
Stanford Advanced Materials (SAM) offers various grades of ReCl3 Powder in purities ranging from 3N to 5N. SAM has a highly-skilled R&D and engineering staff who have more than two decades’ knowledge in dissipated metal and its applications. Related products: Rhenium Oxides, Ammonium Perrhenate, Methyltrioxorhenium(VII)