Base level source: Metals, activation metals, rare elements, etc.

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Base level source: Metals, activation metals, rare elements, etc.

Post by Richard Hull » Sat Feb 27, 2021 6:25 am

https://www.elementsales.com/ecoins.htm

https://www.riogrande.com/

https://www.rotometals.com/

We all have need for various specialty or custom metals and elements for activation and other experiments.

The first site is one that offers the elements in coin form for collectors, but search around as Metallium also offers the elements in chunk or bulk forms. The operator of the site is a well trusted friend with whom I have conducted some special business. Feel free to contact him about special foil or forms required for a specific element. He has performed miracles for me when I am in no great rush.

Rio Grande is a long time trusted supplier of precious metals in wire and sheet form to both professional and hobby jewelry makers.

Rotometals is fantastic!! I order every type of metal from them. Bismuth, Tin, copper, Zinc, cadmium, antimony, Bullet casting lead alloys, Indium, Gallium, etc. available in sheet, ingot, copper or zinc balls, etc.

Rich Feldman here currently (Feb 2021), offers Beryllium for sale.... viewtopic.php?f=20&t=13170

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