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Atomic Weight




Crytal Structure

Cubic: Face centered

Density at 293K

8.90 g/cm³

Melting Point

1453 °C

Boiling Point

2913 °C

Thermal Conductivity

90.9 W/(m·K)

Electrical Conductivity

1.43 10⁷/m Ω

Our Approach

Nickel, with the symbol Ni and atomic number 28, is a versatile metal known for its silvery-white appearance and unique properties.

Found naturally in the Earth's crust, nickel is commonly associated with sulfide ores and lateritic deposits. The primary application of nickel is in the stainless steel industry, where it enhances corrosion resistance and strength. It is also crucial in rechargeable batteries, aerospace alloys, electronics, coinage, and catalysis.

Nickel alloys, such as Inconel and Monel, are renowned for their high-performance characteristics.

The Nickel we offer comes in the form of full plate cathodes, cut cathodes 4×4”, 2×2”, briquettes, powders, alloys

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