Aside from the other metals listed throughout the site, Belmont welcomes inquiries regarding the following metals in pure form as well as alloying elements:

Antimony

Used heavily in the Semi-Conductor Industry, Antimony in metallic form is bright, silvery, hard, and brittle; in non-metallic form, it is a grey powder

Beryllium

A high-melting, lightweight, corrosion-resistant, rigid, steel-gray metallic element used as a copper alloy for springs electrical contacts, and nonsparking tools

Chromium

It is steely-gray, lustrous, hard and brittle metal which takes a high polish, resists tarnishing, and has a high melting point

Cobalt

This magnetic, silvery white metal with a faint bluish tinge is used in electroplating and for special alloys with particularly specific applications

Gallium

A soft silvery metal that is used primarily as an agent that make alloys that melt at low tempratures. Gallium is also in electronics for various applications

Lithium

A soft, silver-white metal that is used in several industrial applications, including heat-resistant glass and ceramics and high strength-to-weight alloys used in aircraft and batteries.

Magnesium

A light, silvery-white, moderately hard metallic element that is used in structural alloys, pyrotechnics, and flash photography.

Manganese

A gray-white or silvery brittle element it is mainly known for use in alloying with steel, it is also alloyed with other metals to form highly ferromagnetic materials

Niobium

A soft, grey, ductile metal, it is used in various superconducting materials as well as various applications in welding, electronics, optics, and jewelry.

Silicon

A grey crystalline solid or brown amorphous powder, Silicon is used in transistors, rectifiers, solar cells, and for many alloys.

Tellurium

A rare, brittle, silvery-white metal, it is used to alloy stainless steel and lead, in ceramics, and in thermoelectric devices.

Titanium

A strong, low-density, highly corrosion-resistant, lustrous white metallic element that is used to alloy aircraft metals for low weight, strength, and high temperature stability.

Zirconium

A greyish-white metallic element, it is used as a coating in nuclear and chemical plants, asa deoxidizer in steel, and alloyed with niobium in superconductive magnets.

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