High Purity Vanadium V Powder CAS 7440-62-2, 99%

Vanadium is a silver-gray powder that dissolves in water, concentrated sulfuric acids, and others. Purity: 99% Particle Size: 5-10um Vanadium Powder V Powder Vanadium, a silvery gray metal. Vanadium’s melting point, which is part of the High Melting Point Rare Metals List, is 1890. Vanadium boiling temperature stands at 3380. Purified vanadium has a hard, nonmagnetic, and ductile nature. But, any small amount of impurities (especially nitrogen, oxygen, or hydrogen) can dramatically reduce its plasticity.

You can dissolve it in water, concentrated sulfuric acids, and aqua regia. Vanadium is an example of a metal element. This metal is more resistant than stainless steel in terms of its ability to resist sulfuric acid or hydrochloric acid. It also has better gas resistance, salt-resistance, and water corrosion resistance.

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Performance of Vanadium Powder v powder: Vanadium is an alloy of silver and gold with a melting value of 189010°C. This makes it one of the rarest metals. Although pure vanadium can be hard and non-magnetic as well as ductile, it is susceptible to plasticity from small quantities of other impurities like nitrogen, oxygen, or hydrogen.

Technical Parameters of Vanadium Powder:

Product name      MF       Purity    Particle Size Molecular mass Density vanadium V 99% 5-10um 50.94 2.32 g/ml   grey

Chemical Compositions of Vanadium Powder V Powder:

V Fe Si N O 99.6 0.05 0.09 0.05 0.05 0.003 0.03 0.09 0.05

How is Vanadium powder V Powder made? You can usually get pure vanadium from reducing vanadium peroxide and potassium with high pressure. The majority of vanadium comes as a result from other mineral processing. It can be used to produce pure vanadium from aluminum or coke in the industry. To make vanadium aluminium alloy, thermite reduction is achieved by reacting vanadium pentoxide with pure aluminum using the reaction bomb. By dealuminizing vanadium alloy at high temperatures and vacuums of 2063K, you can obtain 94%-97% crude metal vanadium. Applications of vanadium powder V-powder . Vanadium is increasingly being used in fields other than steel, like aerospace, chemistry battery, colour, optics and medicine. Industrial A few percent vanadium can give steel an elasticity, strength and wear increase. Vanadium oxide is also known by the name “chemical bread”, and it’s a catalyst that has made vanadium oxide one of the top catalysts in chemical industry. Battery with Vanadium Vanadium is a green, environment-friendly battery that has strong momentum. It does not emit harmful chemicals during manufacturing, disposal and use. The battery’s unique structure allows it to discharge high current density batteries. Fast charging; High specific energie; Low cost; Wide application range Use for Medical Purposes Vanadium is an element that makes up a small percentage of the body. About 25mg is the amount of vanadium found in human bodies. Vanadium is found in approximately 25mg of body fluids when pH48 is present. Other is the +5 form of vanadium VO430-, also known as positive vanadate. Packing & Shipping Vanadium Powder V powder – Many types of packing are available depending on the quantity vanadium V powder. Vanadium V powder packaging: vacuum Packaging, 100g, 500g, 1kg/bag or 25kg/barrel. Or as requested. Shipping of Vanadium powder V-powder: After receipt payment, shipment can be made by sea or air.

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Vanadium Powder Properties

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7440-62-2 V Molecular weight 50.94 Appearance Silver Gray Melting Point 1890 Heating Point 3380 Density 2.32 g/cm3

H2O Solubility Electric Resistivity Poisson’s Ratio Special Heat Thermo Conductivity Thermal Expansion Vickers Hardness N/A 25.4 microhm-cm @ 20 °C 0.37 0.116 Cal/g/K @ 25 °C 2.98.2K @ 0.307W/cm/K (25 °C) 8.4 µm·m-1·K-1 N/A

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