Nickel Micron Powder
Nickel is a chemical element with the symbol Ni and has the atomic number of 28. Nickel is silvery-white, hard, malleable, and ductile metal. It is a ferromagnetic metal and is a fairly good conductor of heat and electricity. Nickel micron powder has outstanding magnetic, mechanical and chemical properties; as a result, they are mainly used in such applications as additives, electronics, energy storage. Many of the most common applications of nickel micron powders involve electronics in some form or fashion. The unique properties of nickel micron powders have made it a popular additive in the manufacture of several different materials, including a variety of ceramics, steels and lubricants. They are used as combustion catalyst for solid or liquid propellent; ceramic additives, capacitor materials, catalysts, conductive pastes, electrode terminations, electromagnetic-wave shielding, additives in lubricants, ferrofluids, metal base electrode, conductive coatings, purification of Uranium; and sintering additives. These unique properties of nickel micron powders make them highly valuable in certain industrial applications and for environmental projects.