ELECTRONICS INDUSTRY

ELECTRONICS INDUSTRY

Electronics industry - tungsten, tantalum, nickel, molybdenum

Electronics and electric industry

 

The electronics industry came on the scene in the 20th century and by today it has become one of the largest global industries. It all started with the the electric power industry emerging in the 19th century, which led to the development of inventions such as radio transmitters or receivers and television.

A rich spread of nonferrous metals that are very popular in contemporary electronics industry includes tantalum (elements of capacitors), nickel (nickel-cadmium batteries) or tungsten. Tungsten wires make elements of electronic and electric devices, connectors, coils and furnace heating components and many other parts and peripherals.

Heavy tungsten alloys typically find application in damping elements or electric connectors exposed to high voltage. Some details and elements of electronic devices are made of molybdenum. Molybdenum plates are the main composition of radiators.

Contemporary electronics industry utilizes tantalum (elements of capacitors), nickel (nickel-cadmium batteries) or tungsten
Heavy tungsten alloys find application in damping elements or electric connectors exposed to high voltage
Tungsten wires make connectors, coils and many other parts and peripherals

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