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Niobium

Niobium is a soft and ductile metal, shiny and white in colour. However when exposed to air at room temperature takes on a bluish tint. It has a high melting point and consequently is used in high temperature engineering systems such as those used in the Gemini space program.

Niobium is used in the nuclear industry since it has a low capture cross section for thermal neutrons. When combined with zirconium it has superconductive properties and hence some superconductive magnets contain Nb-Zr alloy wire. It has also been used for body jewellery due to its attractive shiny blue tint.

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Niobium Foil

Line Number & MaterialThicknessPurityDescription
NB1931 Niobium Foil 0.025 mm99.85%Temper as rolled Vacuum Melted.View item
NB1932 Niobium Foil 0.050 mm99.9%Temper as rolled Vacuum Melted.View item
NB1933 Niobium Foil 0.125 mm99.9%Temper as rolled Vacuum Melted.View item
NB1934 Niobium Foil 0.25 mm99.9%Temper as rolled Vacuum Melted.View item

Niobium Sheet

Line Number & MaterialThicknessPurityDescription
NB1935 Niobium Sheet 0.5 mm99.9%Temper annealed.View item
NB1936 Niobium Sheet 1 mm99.9%Temper annealed.View item
NB1939 Niobium Sheet 2 mm99.9%Temper annealed.View item

Niobium Wire

Line Number & MaterialDiameterPurityDescription
NB5368 Niobium Wire 0.05 mm99.85%Temper annealed. Condition clean.View item
NB5369 Niobium Wire 0.125 mm99.9%Temper annealed.View item
NB5370 Niobium Wire 0.25 mm99.9%Temper annealed.View item
NB5371 Niobium Wire 0.5 mm99.9%Temper annealed.View item
NB5372 Niobium Wire 1 mm99.9%Temper annealed.View item

Niobium Insulated Wire

Line Number & MaterialBare Wire DiameterPurityDescription
NB5375 Niobium Insulated Wire 0.05 mm99.85%Temper annealed. FORMVAR insulated.View item
NB5376 Niobium Insulated Wire 0.05 mm99.85%Temper annealed. Quadruple PTFE insulated. Colour clear.View item
NB5373 Niobium Insulated Wire 0.125 mm99.9%Temper annealed. FORMVAR insulated.View item
NB5374 Niobium Insulated Wire 0.25 mm99.9%Temper annealed. FORMVAR insulated.View item

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