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Uses of Osmium and Ruthenium

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1.1 Uses & Benefits
  • Its has very limited uses and its alloys are very hard and are used in the manufacturing of pen tips, pivots, needles and electrical contacts.
  • It is also used as industrial catalyst to speed up the chemical reaction.
  • It is used for producing chip resistors and contact.
  • Ruthenium oxide is used to coat the anodes cells for chlorine production in chemical industry. It also works as catalysts for ammonia and acetic acid reaction.
1.1.1 Industrial Uses
Aerospace Industry, Automobile Industry, Electrical Industry, Electronic Industry
Aerospace Industry, Automobile Industry, Chemical Industry, Electrical Industry, Electronic Industry
1.1.2 Medical Uses
NA
Medical Research
1.1.3 Other Uses
Alloys
Alloys
1.2 Biological Properties
1.2.1 Toxicity
Highly Toxic
Low Toxic
1.2.2 Present in Human Body
60% Transition Metals Metals have it !
60% Transition Metals Metals have it !
1.2.3 In Blood
Uses of Sodium
Not Available
Rank: N/A (Overall)
Not Available
Rank: N/A (Overall)
Uses of Plutonium
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1.2.4 In Bone
Uses of Calcium
Not Available
Rank: N/A (Overall)
Not Available
Rank: N/A (Overall)
Uses of Plutonium