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Product #: TA-180

Product Description

Tantalum has excellent corrrosion resistance, and can only be desolved in hydrofluoric acid. It has the fourth highest melting point (greater than tungsten and rhenium). Tantalum applications include capacitators, vacuum furnaces, chemical processing equipment, nuclear reactors, aircraft parts, ballistics, surgical implants and closures, dental implants and instruments, mesh, crucibles, heat exchangers, condensers, helical coils, valve linings, engine turbine blades, semiconductors, cemented carbide cutting tools, sputtering targets, fasteners, thermowells, valve bodies, orthopedic implants, magnetic and radiation shielding.

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Product Notes

AEE can supply tantalum sheet as thin as 0.001" , and up to 2 inches thick.

Minimum orders apply, and vary with dimensions

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Formula Ta
Purity 99.8% min
Particle Size 0.005" thickness x 9.5" wide
Schedule B 8103.99.0000
CAS CAS-7440-
Melting Point 3290°C / 5954°F
Boiling Point 5731°C / 10347.8°F
Density 16.6 g/cm3
Coef. of Expansion @ 20°C 6.3 um/m.k
Crystal Structure cubic, body centered
Electric Resistivity 131um-m
Composition Ta




Metallurgical, Ceramics, Superalloys, Electron-beam melting, Laboratory, Additive in alloys, Capacitorys

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