Less than 2% of all niobium is used in the metal form. Niobium metal is employed in chemical plants since it is one of the most corrosion resistant metals available.
As a pure metal it is also used as superconducting material. Niobium-based alloys are also important structural materials for high temperature applications, in addition to their corrosion resistance and superconducting properties.
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End uses of niobium metal and its alloys include superconducting magnets for magnetic resonance imaging equipment (medical diagnostics), nuclear magnetic resonance (analytical applications) and microwave cavities in high-energy particle accelerators.
Niobium Metal - Reactor Grades
Niobium Metal - Commercial Grades