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Niobium Balls

Niobium Balls
Niobium Ball's Standard state: solid at 298 K
Niobium Ball's Color:
grey metallic
Niobium Ball's Classification: Metallic

Description of niobium balls:
The name niobium was adopted officially by IUPAC in 1950, but a few commercial producers still like to refer to it as columbium. Niobium is a shiny, white, soft, and ductile metal, and takes on a bluish tinge when exposed to air at room temperatures for a long time. The metal starts to oxidize in air at high temperatures, and when handled hot must be done so under a protective atmosphere so as to minimize oxide production.

Niobium balls are usually used in body jewelry applications or other jewelry applications.

Niobium (also occasionally called Columbium) is a relatively light metal. Niobium balls are used for jewelry, as they are very colorable via anodizing.

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