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flakes, ≥99.99% trace metals basis

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≥99.99% trace metals basis




9.71 μΩ-cm

diam. × thickness

<25 mm × 4-6 mm


2750 °C (lit.)


1535 °C (lit.)


7.86 g/mL at 25 °C (lit.)

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4.1B - Flammable solid hazardous materials



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Not applicable

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