AN 131 is a randomly sized ingot used for metl stock in alloys.
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Antimony is a silver-white semiconductor. It is a lustrous, hard and brittle metal. It can be used in alloys to greatly increase the heardness and mechanical strength of lead. Antimmony tarnishes only slowly in moist air and does not tarnish in dry air. It is often used in semiconductor technology, and can also be found in batteries, small arms, tracer bullets and cable sheathing.
|Formula||51 Sb 121.75|
|Particle Size||1" x Down|
|Melting Point||630.5°C / 1166.9°F|
|Boiling Point||1750°C / 3182°F|
|Coef. of Expansion @ 20°C||-|
Alloys / Customer Manufacturing / General Industrial Use