Tantalum Tubing are lustrous with high resistance to corrosion. It is used in laboratory equipment making, as it is chemically inert.
Tantalum is extracted from Tantalite after undergoing procedures such as gravitational separation, and crushing. An inert atmosphere is required for welding tantalum. Hence, welding is done in the presence of argon and helium. In annealed condition tantalum is extremely ductile and is readily formed into sheets and plates, without much effort. Tantalum is majorly used for the production of electronic components. Components such as capacitors and high-powered