Indium Corporation’s compounds are used in the battery industries to improve the operational efficiency in a variety of battery technologies. Alkaline batteries, some types of lithium ion batteries, and zinc air batteries are all examples where our compounds are used to:
- improve battery efficiency
- replace mercury
- act as an inhibitor to hydrogen outgassing
The indium compounds are used in a variety of ways inside the battery: Indium can be alloyed with other metal powders, plated onto connectors inside the battery, or added to the electrolyte.
Of specific interest to the battery industry are our following compounds:
Batteries Technical Documents
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Safety Data Sheets
Indium Corporation Blog Posts
In today’s Indium Mailbag, we discuss: “How can I get a quote for an indium sulfamate plating bath? I saw your bath kits but I only need the bath solution.”
In this installment of Tech Seconds, Phil describes how to diagnose defects caused by head-in-pillow (HIP).
Indium Mailbag is a series of blog posts where we discuss common indium-related questions. Today we answer the question: “What is the process for reclaiming indium and how much can it get for it?”
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