Melted Quality Tantalum (TaM) Pickled Rod

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Description

Melted quality tantalum (TaM) is usually more economical to produce than sintered quality tantalum and provides sufficient quality for many applications. However, the material is neither as fine nor as homogeneous as sintered quality tantalum.

This material data has been provided by Plansee.

All metrics apply to room temperature unless otherwise stated. SI units used unless otherwise stated.
Equivalent standards are similar to one or more standards provided by the supplier. Some equivalent standards may be stricter whereas others may be outside the bounds of the original standard.

Ashby charts

Properties

General

PropertyValueTemperature

Density

16.6 g/cm³

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23.0 °C

Neutron capture cross-section

0 m²

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23.0 °C

Dimension

PropertyValue

Diameter

4 - 10 mm

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Dimensions

Available dimensions (diameter x length, mm x mm): 4 x 500-2000 ; 6 x 500-2500 ; 10 x 300-2500

Length

300 - 2500 mm

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Mechanical

PropertyValueTemperature

Elongation

25 %

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23.0 °C

Tensile strength

172 MPa

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23.0 °C

Yield strength Rp0.2

103 MPa

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23.0 °C

Thermal

PropertyValue

Crystallization temperature

900 - 1450 °C

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Melting point

2966 °C

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Electrical

PropertyValueTemperature

Electron work function

4.3 eV

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23.0 °C

Superconductive transition temperature

-268.65 °C

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Acoustical

PropertyValueTemperature

Sound speed, longitudinal

4100 m/s

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23.0 °C

Sound speed, transversal

2900 m/s

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23.0 °C

Chemical properties

Property

Cadmium

1E-4 %

Carbon

1E-3 %

Hydrogen

4E-4 %

Iron

5E-4 %

Molybdenum

1E-3 %

Nickel

5E-4 %

Niobium

1.9E-3 %

Nitrogen

5E-4 %

Oxygen

1.3000000000000002E-3 %

Silicon

1E-3 %

Tantalum

99.95 %

min

Titanium

1E-4 %

Tungsten

2E-3 %

Technological properties

Property
Corrosion properties

Outstanding resistance against aqueous solutions and metal melts.

Other

This material has excellent cold ductility, superconductivity and a high level of biocompatibility.