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Cadmium ( Cd - 320.9°c )

Pure Cadmium Sticks
Sticks, Flakes, Balls

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Cadmium is a lustrous, silver-white, ductile, very malleable metal. Its surface has a bluish tinge and the metal is soft enough to be cut with a knife, but it tarnishes in air, and has both high electrical and thermal conductivity

Cadmium is used to a small extent as coatings (electroplating) to protect metals such as iron. The metal is a component of some specialist alloys including solders and alloys with low coefficients of friction and good fatigue resistance. Cadmium is a component of Ni-Cd batteries. Cadmium is used in some control rods and shields within nuclear reactors. Also Cadmium metal and cadmium compounds are used as pigments, stabilizers.



Melting Point 320.9 oC
Boiling Point 765 oC
Density 8.65g/cm3
Thermal Conductivity @ 20oC 0.22cal/(s.cm. oC)
Specific Heat @ 20oC 0.055cal/g
Latent Heat Of Fusion 13.2k-cal/g
Brinell Hardness 2.0


In electroplating,
in bearing alloys which great resistance to fatigue and low coefficients of friction,
in electronics, where cadmium sulphide is a photosensitive material,
in the green and blue phosphors in colour TV tubes,
in the Weston standard voltaic reference cell,
in low melting point alloys

Available Forms

This material is available in the following forms

Sticks, flakes, balls