Goodfellow Offers Molybdenum for Research and Industrial Applications

Goodfellow Corporation, a leading supplier of metals and materials worldwide, offers molybdenum in small quantities for a range of research and industrial applications. Due to its high melting point, pure molybdenum is used for resistance heating elements in furnaces, filament supports in electric lamps, and electrodes for mercury vapor lamps.

Molybdenum is also useful as an alloying agent in certain grades of steel to produce very hard materials used in cutting tools and to protect surfaces subject to heavy wear. Goodfellow offers molybdenum in a number of forms, including microfoil, foil, sputtering target, mesh, wire, insulated wire, rod, tube, powder, lump, and single crystal. Details are available at www.goodfellow.com.

Goodfellow Corporation is the North American subsidiary of Goodfellow Cambridge Limited. For more than 40 years, Goodfellow has been a supplier of metals, polymers, ceramics and other materials to meet the research, development, and specialized production requirements of science and industry worldwide. Goodfellow specializes in supplying small quantities (a few grams to a few kilos) of metals and materials for research or prototype development.

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