Indium (In) Metal, 99.99% (4N) High Purity, custom manufacturing is available upon request

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CAS Number: 7440-74-6

Product Number: CC-490001-4N

Product Purity: 99.99% (4N) (trace metal basis) ultra-high purity grade

Custom manufacturing is available upon request.  


Formula: In 
Formula Weight: 114.82
Form: various forms (wire, granule, ingot, rod) are available upon request
Melting point: 156.6 °C
Boiling point: 2072 °C
Density: 7.31 g/cm3
Resistivity: 8.37 μΩ-cm, 20°C
In 1924, indium was found to have a valued property of stabilizing non-ferrous metals, and that became the first significant use for the element. The first large-scale application for indium was coating bearings in high-performance aircraft engines during World War II, to protect against damage and corrosion; this is no longer a major use of the element. New uses were found in fusible alloys, solders, and electronics. In the 1950s, tiny beads of indium were used for the emitters and collectors of PNP alloy-junction transistors. In the middle and late 1980s, the development of indium phosphide semiconductors and indium tin oxide thin films for liquid-crystal displays (LCD) aroused much interest. By 1992, the thin-film application had become the largest end use.

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