Indium

Article number:

3000029

CAS No.:

7440-74-6

Formula:

In

Molecular weight:

114,82 g/mol

Indium is a rare, silver-white, very soft and hand-formable heavy metal. It has a low melting temperature and is resistant to air at room temperature and water. Indium can oxidize by adding moisture and heat. At higher temperatures it burns with a blue flame to yellow indium (III) oxides. Despite the limitation for technical use, indium is used to harden other metals as an alloy component. Further applications can be found in the jewellery industry, in metallic adhesives, in glass colours, in mirrors for wetting glass with a metal layer and as a transparent conductor for flat screens and touch screens.

Indium-III-acetate
ARTICLE NUMBER: 25114-58-3
CAS NO.: 25114-58-3
FORMULA: In(C2H3O2)3
MOLECULAR WEIGHT: 193,94 g/mol
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Indium-III-sulfate anhydrous
ARTICLE NUMBER: 13464-82-9
CAS NO.: 13464-82-9
FORMULA: In2(SO4)3
MOLECULAR WEIGHT: 517,82 g/mol
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Indium-III-chloride
ARTICLE NUMBER: 10025-82-8
CAS NO.: 10025-82-8
FORMULA: InCl3
MOLECULAR WEIGHT: 221,18 g/mol
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Indium-III-sulfate hydrate
ARTICLE NUMBER: 3250004
CAS NO.: 304655-87-6
FORMULA: In2(SO4)3*xH2O
MOLECULAR WEIGHT: 517,82 g/mol
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Indium-III-oxide
ARICLE NUMBER: 1312-43-2
CAS NO.: 1312-43-2
FORMULA: In2O3
MOLECULAR WEIGHT: 277,63 g/mol
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Indium sulfate solution
ARTICLE NUMBER: 3500019
CAS NO.: 13464-82-9
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