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Rhenium filaments

Rhenium filaments

investigation of their purity by spark source and secondary ion mass spectrometry, their purification by thermal treatment

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Published by Commission of the European Communities Directorate-General Information Market and Innovation in Luxembourg .
Written in English


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StatementJ. Verlinden... [et al.].
SeriesPhysical sciences
ContributionsVerlinden, J., Commission of the European Communities. Directorate-General for Science, Research and Development., Commission of the European Communities. Joint Research Centre.
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Open LibraryOL14935179M
ISBN 100119399628


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About Pure Rhenium Pure rhenium is an important material for many scientific instrument filaments, as well as other electron and ion source filaments.

Most rhenium naturally occurs in porphyry copper deposits. Hydrogen reduction is used to convert ammonium perrhenate to pure rhenium powder. The pure rhenium powder is pressed and sintered into ingots.

Yesterday’s Pioneer, Today’s Leader. TF: RHENIUM () PH: FX: Rhenium MOCVD Heater Filaments For nearly 20 years Rhenium Alloys has been the leader inFile Size: KB. Rhenium Alloys produces Rhenium Heater Filaments for today’s most reputable systems, and continues to manufacture rhenium filaments for legacy systems including the D, D and D units.

OEM and customer specific versions are also being produced daily. Rhenium Alloys can produce rhenium filaments to any customer’s design specifications. Rhenium was discovered by the German chemists Ida Tacke-Noddack, Walter Noddack and Otto Carl Berg in They detected rhenium spectroscopically in platinum ores and in the minerals columbite ((Fe, Mn, Mg)(Nb, Ta) 2 O 6), gadolinite ((Ce, La, Nd, Y) 2 FeBe 2 Si 2 O 10) and molybdenite (MoS 2).Rhenium is present in these materials only in trace amounts.

Both rhenium and tungsten heaters have been used on assemblies having rhenium filaments. Satisfactory operation was obtained, and the temperature of the ion source could be controlled at the usual °C.

For the same emission, rhenium filaments required less current than tungsten filaments, instead of by: 2. Today, rhenium is obtained as a byproduct of refining molybdenum and copper. Rhenium is used in flash lamps for photography and for filaments in mass spectrographs and ion gages, but is most frequently used as an alloying agent in tungsten and molybdenum and as a catalyst for performing certain reactions to a type of hydrocarbon known as an olefin.

A study has been undertaken to determine the importance of surface structure and filament geometry on the overall mass spectrometrically measured ionization efficiency of Re V-filaments.

A microstructural analysis of rhenium V- and ribbon filament surfaces showed a high degree of preferred () orientation in the plane of the by: The New SISAlloy filaments are now available for SIS customers.

Your existing filaments can be repaired with this Yttria/Rhenium wire in place of the standard Rhenium. SISAlloy repaired filaments are available for most models of the Agilent, Varian and Thermo Mass Spectrometers.

Other filaments will be available in the near future. Rhenium does not occur free in nature or as a compound in any distinct mineral; instead it is widely distributed in small amounts in other minerals, usually in concentrations averaging about parts per million.

Chile is the world leader in rhenium recovery, followed by the United States, Poland, Uzbekistan, and Kazakhstan. Rhenium occurs up to about 20 parts per million. Rhenium is found in small amounts in gadolinite and molybdenite.

It is mixed with tungsten or platinum to make filaments for mass spectrographs. Its main value is as a trace alloying agent for hardening metal components that are subjected to continuous frictional forces.

The price of % pure rhenium slug is € for 50 g. ‘From this we can show that the beta-decay lifetime of rhenium cannot have changed by more than % over the age of the solar system.’ ‘Samples were dried down overnight then dissolved in 1 microliter of 10% nitric acid and placed on rhenium filaments.’.

Description. SIS manufactures replacement Perkin Elmer Marathon filaments. The filament is a standard inch pure rhenium filament coil. Rhenium is used as an additive to tungsten and molybdenum-based alloys to impart useful properties. Uses. It is widely used as filaments for mass spectrographs and ion gauges.

Rhenium-molybdenum alloys are superconductive at 10 K. Rhenium is also used as an electrical contact material because it has good wear resistance and withstands arc.

History of Rhenium and Alloys. Rhenium was an unknown element when the periodic table was introduced in The properties predicted for an element of atomic #75 turned out to be in general agreement of those of rhenium when it was discovered in metallic rhenium and blue indicating rhenium-carbide (of note: these filaments were not intentionally carburized and the source of carbon is unknown at this.

Rhenium is used as an important component in superalloys for blades in turbine engines and this is the major use today. Rhenium is an ideal metal for use at very high temperatures, which makes it suitable for rockets motors. Rhenium is added to tungsten and molybdenum to form alloys that are used as filaments for ovens and lamps.

It is also. Rhenium is a silvery coloured metal which resists corrosion and oxidation but slowly tarnishes in moist air. It is soluble in nitric and sulphuric acids. Applications for the metal include its use as an alloying element with tungsten, the resulting alloy having a very high electrical resistance making it suitable for electrical filaments.

With good high temperature strength and plasticity, tungsten rhenium and molybdenum rhenium alloy can be processed into plate, sheet, rod, wire, wire or foil. Application Widely used in heating element, thermocouple for temperature measurement, cathode of electron tube and refractory parts for industrial high temperature furnace, etc.

Annealed rhenium is very ductile, and can be bent, coiled, or rolled. Rhenium is used as an additive to tungsten and molybdenum-based alloys to impart useful properties.

Uses. It is widely used as filaments for mass spectrographs and ion gauges. Rhenium-molybdenum alloys are superconductive at 10 K. Rhenium is added to nickel-based super alloys to improve creep strength of the alloys. Rhenium filaments exhibit a higher stability, and hence they can be used in photoflash lamps, ion gauges and mass spectrometers.

Rhenium radioactive isotopes are used for treating liver and pancreatic cancer where it is delivered through a bacterial host. Rhenium is a transition metal. Like the other members of the group it is less reactive than the typical metals but more reactive than the less typical metals.

The transition metals are characterized by having the outermost electron shell containing two electrons and the next inner shell an increasing number of on: Quebec City. Rhenium atom is a manganese group element atom. Its usual commercial form is a powder, but this element can be consolidated by pressing and sintering in a vacuum or hydrogen atmosphere.

This procedure yields a compact solid having a density above 90% of the density of the metal. When annealed this metal is very ductile and can be bent, coiled.

Re, a chemical element in group VII of Mendeleev’s periodic system. Atomic number, 75; atomic weight, A light gray metal, natural rhenium occurs as a mixture of the stable isotope Re ( percent) and the weakly radioactive isotope Re (half-life T ½ = 10 11 years).

InD. Mendeleev predicted the existence of an element with atomic weight —a. The following uses for rhenium are gathered from a number of sources as well as from anecdotal comments.

I would be delighted to receive corrections as well as additional referenced uses. additive to tungsten and molybdenum-based alloys to impart useful properties; filaments for mass spectrographs and ion gauges.

Rhenium Metal Necklace Element 75 Re Science Jewelry, Chemistry Fashion by •It is widely used as filaments for mass spectrographs. •Rhenium is also used as an electrical contact material. •Rhenium is used with platinum as catalysts in the production of lead-free, high-octane gasoline Best offer is only for ordering multiples.

Rhenium is a rare metal with unique properties that make it ideally suited for today’s most powerful engines and critical chemical reactions. Eagle Alloys is a premier rhenium metal supplier providing rhenium in both its pure form and most popular alloys.

Rhenium is a chemical has the chemical symbol has the atomic number It is a rare is silver white. In chemistry it is placed in a group of metal elements called the transition chemistry of rhenium is similar to ered inrhenium was the second-last stable element to be discovered ('stable' meaning not radioactive).

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Filament assemblies having alignment screws are subsequently adjusted using a light microscope to ensure that they are ready for immediate operation in the electron microscope. A metallic chemical element (symbol Re) with an atomic number of a heavy, silvery-gray transition metal. (countable) A single atom of this element.rhenium.

Rhenium is one of the five major refractory metals (metals with very high resistance to heat and wear). Used in alloys for jet engines and in tungsten and molybdenum based alloys. It is widely used as filaments for mass spectrographs.5/5(1).

Rhenium was discovered by Walter Noddack, Ida Tacke, and Otto Berg in Germany in History of the Periodic Table Check out the brief History of the Periodic Table which details dates and the names of famous scientists and chemists who contributed to the development of. Rhenium (Re) has an atomic mass of Find out about its chemical and physical properties, states, energy, electrons, oxidation and more.

MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF DILUTE TUNGSTEN-RHENIUM ALLOYS By William D. Klopp, Walter R. Witzke, and Peter L. Raffo Lewis Research Center Cleveland, Ohio NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION For sale by the Clearinghouse for Federal Scientific and Technical Information Springfield, Virginia - Price $File Size: 1MB.

The TCD consists of four tungsten-rhenium filaments in a Wheatstone bridge configuration. Electric current flows through the filaments, causing them to heat up.

Carrier gas (usually helium, which has very high thermal conductivity) flows across the. Rhenium Material Properties James A. Biaglow Lewis Research Center Cleveland, Ohio Prepared for the 31st Joint Propulsion Conference and Exhibition cosponsored by AIAA, ASME, SAE, and ASEE San Diego, California, July(NASA-TM) PROPERTIES (NASA.

Center) 17 p NationalAeronautics and SpaceAdministration RHENIUM MATERIAL Le. is File Size: KB. Rhenium is a very dense, very rare metal and has the third highest melting point of the elements as well as a very high density. It is used in high temperature alloys, especially in filaments and flash bulbs for photography.

It is also used in electrical contact points, thermocouples and as a. Rhenium was first isolated in by Noddack and Tacke using an x-ray spectrograph. It has an average concentration of ppm in the earth's crust and is obtained from rare-earth minerals such as gadolinite, molybdenite and columbite.

Rhenium is used in platinum, tungsten, and molybdenum alloys for electronic filaments and thermocouples. It Composition: Re (atomic no. 75). Determination of Pu/Pu, Pu/Pu and Pu/Pu isotope ratios in environmental reference materials and samples from Chernobyl by thermal ionization mass spectrometry (TIMS) and filament carburizationCited by: Rhenium is often paired with platinum, with the two being used as catalysts during the production process for high-octane gasoline that is also lead-free.

Additionally, rhenium is used to build many jet engines, and it is also utilized in the filaments that are used in spectrographs. There are even some electrical contact materials that contain. Rhenium crucible. Rhenium MOCVD heating filaments.

Rhenium ribbon. Rhenium foil. Rhenium sheet. Methyltrioxorhenium(VII) Rhenium target, Rhenium special shaped products. Rhenium chloride. Rhenium heptoxide.Rhenium is a chemical element wi the seembol Re an atomic nummer It is a sillery-white, hivy, third-row transeetion metal in group 7 o the periodic table.

Wi an estimatit average concentration o 1 pairt per billion (ppb), rhenium is ane o the rarest elements in the Yird's ance: sillery-white.Rhenium (atomic num symbol Re) is a metal with a silvery-white color, high density, and high melting point. Only platinum, osmium, and iridium have higher densities than rhenium.

It is a transition metal that is solid at room temperature and has similar chemical properties to technetium and manganese.