|Molecular Weight||114.81 g/mol|
|APS||<40um(can be customized)|
|Melting Point||156.5985 °C|
|Boiling Point||2072 °C|
Indium Powder Cautions:
Indium is a soft, ductile, malleable, and shiny metallic metal. Its color is silvery-white, tetragonal structure centered on the face. It is liquid over a wide range of temperatures, like gallium, which belongs to the same group. Both indium and gallium are capable of wetting glass. Indium is stable in air and water but dissolves in acids. When heated above its melting point, it ignites with a purple flame.
Indium is used in low melting point alloys and as a shield plate for bearings and other metal surfaces. It can be used to form a corrosion-resistant mirror surface: once evaporated and deposited on glass, it produces a mirror of the same good quality as silver. Indium foil is used to assess what is going on inside nuclear reactors. Finally, it is used as a light filter in low-pressure sodium lamps.
1. Metal Powder should be gently placed and avoid violent vibration and friction.
2. Metal Powder should be prevented from moisture, heat, impact, and sunlight.
3. The user must be a professional (This person must know how to use this product.