Precious Metals & Compounds

This product section is not related to refined precious metals per se, but to the extended precious metals industrial range like:

Compounds, precious metals powders, concentrates containing precious metals, certified mixtures of precious metals, flat and round bars, wire , anodes and sputtering targets.

A very first application of precious metals is in electroplating used in electronics, to provide a corrosion-resistant electrically conductive layer forelectrical connectors and printed circuit boards.

Another application of gold electroplating, is to control, thermally, spacecraft instruments thanks to its 99% reflectivity in infrared wavelengths.

Precious metal layers can be plated by electrolytic or electroless processes. And there are many factors to consider like what the deposit will be used for, configuration of the part, materials compatibility and the cost of processing.

Our team, in cooperation with the leading Russia based precious metal refinery, is at your disposal to exchange technical points for your high technology industrial application, in between 7 main precious metals and 51 compounds options.

12 compounds are available from Platinum this is an example
Dinitrodiammine Platinum
Chemical formula: cis-Pt(NH3)2(NO2)2
Mass fraction of platinum, %, min 59
Moisture, % 20—30
Mass fraction of admixtures in relation to platinum, %, max.:
sodium 0.5
chlorine 1
This is an example of 12 different available compound from Palladium
Tetraamminepalladium (II) Chloride Solution
Chemical formula: [Pd(NH3)4]Cl2
Mass fraction of palladium, % 7—11
Mass fraction of admixtures in relation to palladium, %, max.:
platinum, rhodium, iridium, ruthenium, osmium, gold, silver (each) 0.02
platinum, rhodium, iridium, ruthenium, osmium, gold, silver (sum) 0.05
aluminium, iron, nickel, tin, lead, stibium, calcium, cobalt, magnesium, manganese, copper, chromium, zinc, silicon, potassium, arsenic, selenium, tellurium (each) 0.02
sodium 0.01
This is an example of 10 different available compound from rhodium
Rhodium (III) Chloride Solution
Chemical formula: 19.0—25.0%
Mass fraction of rhodium, % 19—25
Mass fraction of each admixture in relation to mass fraction of rhodium, %, max.:
gold 0.002
platinum, palladium, iridium, ruthenium 0.006
silver 0.004
lead 0.002
iron, silicon 0.009
magnesium 0.003
calcium 0.01
copper 0.001
Molar ratio of chlorine ions to rhodium (Cl:Rh) (3.1—5.0):1
This is an example of 6 compounds products from Ruthenium
Ruthenium (III) Chloride Solution
Chemical formula: H3[Ru(OH)n(H2O)mCl6-n-m]
Appearance Red-brown-coloured liquid
Mass fraction of ruthenium (Ru), % 18.5—21.5
Mass fraction of each admixture, %, max.:
gold, silver, iridium, platinum, palladium, rhodium, iron, copper, nickel, silicon 0.002
sodium, calcium, magnesium 0.02
This is an example of 5 products option from Iridium
Iridium (III) Chloride Hydrate
Chemical formula: IrCl3 • nH2O
Mass fraction of iridium, %: 50.0-56.0
Mass fraction of each admixture in relation to the mass fraction of iridium, %, max.: 0.01
gold, silver, platinum, palladium, rhodium, ruthenium, osmium (each) 0.05
gold, silver, platinum, palladium, rhodium, ruthenium, osmium (sum) 0.02
iron, calcium, silicon, magnesium, copper, nickel, tin 0.1
sodium
Tetrachloroauric (III) Acid Hydrate
Chemical formula: H[AuCl4] • nH2O
Appearance Orange-yellow-coloured crystalline powder
Solubility Freely soluble in water, ethanol.
Hygroscopic
Molecular weight 411.85 at n=4
Mass fraction of gold, % Min. 47.8
Silver Oxyde
Chemical formula: Ag2O
Mass fraction of silver, %, min. 91
Mass fraction of moisture, %, max. 0.5
Mass fraction of admixtures, %, max.
sodium 0.1
lead, arsenic (sum) 0.002