from Ed Fagan, Inc.
Among the highest density element and melting point, rhenium does not have a ductile to brittle transition temperature and does not form carbides. High resistivity, combined with low vapor pressure, it is an ideal material for filament applications. Excellent resistance to corrosion, resists acid... [See More]
- Shape / Form: Semi-finished, Mill Stock or Near Net Shapes; Foil
- Features: Wrought; Corrosion Resistant; Cold Finished, Rolled or Cold Drawn
- Type: Specialty Nonferrous Alloy; Rhenium
- Applications: Electronics or semiconductors