Stanford Advanced Materials produces different forms of Palladium metal and Palladium alloys.
Stanford Advanced Materials produces different forms of Palladium metal and Palladium alloys. Palladium sponges have high porosities- 75-95% of volume is empty space. Palladium sponges are produced by injecting gas or mixing a foaming agent into molten metal which creates a froth that is stabilized by a high-temperature foaming agent. Palladium Sponges are generally immediately available in most volumes. High purity, submicron and nanopowder forms may be considered. Typical and custom packaging is available.
At room temperature and atmospheric pressure, palladium can absorb up to 900 times its own volume of hydrogen. This makes palladium an efficient, safe storage medium for hydrogen and hydrogen isotopes, such as tritium, a byproduct of nuclear reactions.
Platinum, palladium, rhodium, ruthenium and iridium are available in the form of sponge or powder. This is a coarse-grain form of the metals. The individual metal parts have various degrees of coarseness depending on the manufacturer. If the material is especially finely ground, it may also be called powder. These metal delivery types are usually supplied in sealed plastic cans or bottles or metal cans of different sizes.
VD0567 Palladium (Pd) Evaporation Materials
VD0653 Titanium Nickel (Ti/Ni) Evaporation Materials
OX0960 Palladium (II) Oxide (PdO) Powder CAS 1314-08-5
PA0961 Palladium Hydroxide (Pd(OH)2) (CAS No.12135-22-7)
PA0962 Palladium Hydroxide on Carbon (Pd(OH)2/C),20% Pd (CAS No.12135-22-7)
PA0964 Palladium on Alumina (Pd/Al2O3) , Pd 0.3%, 0.5%, 1.0%
PA0967 Palladium Catalysts
CY1874 Palladium on Carbon Catalyst (Pd/C)
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