Cobalt Metal Powder – 101

  • Hazardous
  • Vickers Hardness at 20 degrees C is 253
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    Specifications

    Formula 27Co58.933
    Purity 99.9 %
    Particle Size 0.7-1.0 Micron
    CAS 7440-48-4
    Melting Point 1495 °C
    Boiling Point 2900 °C
    Density 8.92 G/Cm3
    Coeff. of Expansion @ 20ºC 12.5 x 10-6
    Electric Resistivity 6.24 Microhm-Cm
    Crystal Structure Hexagonal
    Applications Alloys
    Customer Manufacturing
    Industrial- general
    MSDS Cobalt-Metal-Powder-101-MSDS(PDF)
    Cobalt-Metal-Powder-101-MSDS(DOC)
    Typical Analysis Cobalt-Metal-Powder-101-Typical-Analysis
    Form Powder

    Cost Per Kilogram

    1-2 KG
    3-10 KG
    11-25 KG
    26+ KG
    Background Cobalt compounds have been used for centuries to provide a rich blue color in ceramics, glazes and glass. Cobalt was first isolated in 1735 by a Swedish chemist named Georg Brandt.
    Alloyed Metals The substance is used in corrosion and wear resistant alloys, high speed steels, superalloys, diamond tools and hard metals.
    Pigment Cobalt has been used as a paint and pigment for centuries, as early as the third millenium BC.
    Magnetism Cobalt is used in magnets and magnetic recording media. Cobalt is used in Alnico alloys which make a strong permanent magnet. It is also used in Samarium-cobalt magnets, which are very strong but can be brittle.
    Electroplating Cobalt's appearance, resistance to oxidation and hardness make it a good candidate for electroplating.