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Fast facts: Tungsten is the heaviest engineering material with a density of 19.25 g /cm3. It has the highest melting point of all metals at 3410∞C with a boiling point  ...

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Tungsten (W) has an atomic number of seventy-four. It ranges in color from a steely gray to almost white, and has the highest melting point of any of the metal ...

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Tungsten expands at nearly the same rate as borosilicate glass and is used to make metal to glass seals. It is the primary metal in heating elements for electric ...

www.chemistryexplained.com/elements/T-Z/Tungsten.html

Tungsten is a hard brittle solid whose color ranges from steel-gray to nearly white . Its melting point is the highest of any metal, 3,410°C (6,170°F) and its boiling ...

metalcutting.com/knowledge-center/interesting-facts-you-should-know-about-tungsten

Nov 9, 2018 ... Of all metals in pure form, tungsten has the highest melting point, lowest vapor pressure, and highest tensile strength. Tungsten is used in many ...

pubchem.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/element/Tungsten

Chemical element, Tungsten, information from authoritative sources. Look up properties, history, uses, and more.

www.refractorymetal.org/facts-about-tungsten

Tungsten is a silver-white metal that looks like steel. Tungsten has the highest melting point of all metal elements. The density of tungsten (19.3 g / cm³) is very high ...

periodic.lanl.gov/74.shtml

Tungsten occurs in wolframite, scheelite, huebnertie, and ferberite. Important deposits of tungsten occur in California, Colorado, South Korea, Bolivia, Russia, and ...

www.encyclopedia.com/science-and-technology/chemistry/compounds-and-elements/tungsten

Tungsten is a hard brittle solid whose color ranges from steel-gray to nearly white . Its melting point is the highest of any metal, 3,410°C (6,170°F) and its boiling ...

www.rsc.org/periodic-table/element/74/tungsten

Current uses are as electrodes, heating elements and field emitters, and as filaments in light bulbs and cathode ray tubes. Tungsten is commonly used in heavy ...