Nickle Wire

About

Pure Nickel Wire

Nickel is a silver-white metal which occurs mainly in the sulfide and arsenic ores. It is extracted by roasting to NiO and then reducing using carbon. High-purity nickel is manufactured by the Mond process, in which impure nickel is reacted with carbon monoxide (CO) to produce Ni(CO)4, which is then decomposed at 200C to yield 99.99% Ni. Nickel has an abundance of 80 ppm in the earth’s crust. 

Pure nickel is malleable and ductile, and is resistant to corrosion in air or water, and hence is used as a protective coating. It is readily soluble in diluted acids, but is unaffected by alkalis. Lone Wolf Metals offers Nickel Wire NP1 consisting of nickel content ranging from 99.87% to 99.98%; and Nickel Wire NP2 consisting of nickel content ranging from 99.78% to 99.86%. 

Applications

High purity Nickel Wire has applications many areas including use in various branches of exact, sciences, industrial production, electrical and nano, and high-precision technologies.  

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