Rhenium

Rhenium is a transition metal which appears silvery-gray. It is one of the rarest element in the Earth’s crust and it occurs in small concentrations in other minerals. Rhenium is a byproduct of copper mining and has one of the highest melting points, exceeded only by tungsten and carbon. It is mostly used as an additive for the production of super alloys, pure as an electrical contact material and as a precursor in the catalyst manufacturing.

Rhenium Metal In Powder And Pellets

Re

  • Family Re (Rhenium)
  • CAS registry number 7440-15-5
  • Formula Re

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Ammonium Perrhenate

Re

  • Family Re (Rhenium)
  • CAS registry number 13598-65-7
  • Formula NH4ReO4

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