Molybdenum, Mo

Molybdenum (from the Greek meaning "lead-like"), is a Group 6 chemical element with the symbol Mo and atomic number 42. It has the sixth-highest melting point of any element, and for this reason it is often used in high-strength steel alloys. Molybdenum is found in trace amounts in plants and animals, although excess molybdenum can be toxic in some animals. Molybdenum was discovered in 1778 by Carl Wilhelm Scheele and first isolated in 1781 by Peter Jacob Hjelm.


Evaporation Materials
M4-5000-M Ingot (Please ask for sizes)
M4-5001-M pellets 6mm diameter x 3mm long
M4-5002-M pellets 6mm diameter x 6mm long
M4-5003-M pellets 12mm diameter x 6mm long
M4-5004-M pieces 1-3 mm
M4-5008-M pellets 3mm diameter x 3mm long

The foils are available in either rectangular or circular shape. Please enter width and length or diameter of the required foil.

Foil
M4-3003-F 0.004" (0.1mm)
M4-3007-F 0.008" (0.2mm)
Powder
M4-10000-P -100 mesh
M4-10002-P -325 mesh
M4-10003-P 2-4 microns
M4-10001-P 1-2 micron
Rods
M4-2000-R 0.0625" (1.58mm)
M4-2001-R 0.125" (3.175mm)
M4-2010-R 0.157" (4mm)
M4-2008-R 0.197" (5mm)
M4-2002-R 0.250" (6.35mm)
M4-2003-R 0.500" (12.7mm)
M4-2004-R 0.625" (15.88mm)
M4-2005-R 0.750" (19.05mm)
M4-2007-R 0.787" (20mm)
M4-2006-R 1" (25.4mm)
M4-2009-R 1.181" (30mm)
Sheet
M4-4001-S 0.020" (0.5mm)
M4-4002-S 0.030" (0.76mm)
M4-4003-S 0.040" (1mm)
M4-4006-S 0.060" (1.5mm)
M4-4008-S 0.125" (3.175mm)
M4-4009-S 0.250" (6.35mm)
M4-4010-S 0.375" (9.525mm)
M4-4011-S 0.500" (12.7mm)
M4-4012-S 0.750" (19.05mm)
M4-4013-S 1" (25.4mm)
Wire
M4-1000-W 0.001" (0.025mm)
M4-1001-W 0.002" (0.05mm)
M4-1003-W 0.004" (0.1mm)
M4-1005-W 0.006" (0.152mm)
M4-1007-W 0.008" (0.203mm)
M4-1010-W 0.012" (0.3mm)
M4-1012-W 0.020" (0.5mm)
M4-1020-W 0.025" (0.635mm)
M4-1014-W 0.040" (1.0mm)
M4-1021-W 0.043" (1.1mm)
M4-1022-W 0.047" (1.2mm)
M4-1023-W 0.051" (1.3mm)
M4-1024-W 0.055" (1.4mm)
M4-1016-W 0.060" (1.5mm)
M4-1018-W 0.080" (2.0mm)