RWMM molybdenum ingot

Molybdenum (Mo)

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Molybdenum metal ingot - one troy ounce - .9999 bullion

Molybdenum has one of the highest melting points and lowest coefficients of thermal expansion among the pure metals. Molybdenum is commonly alloyed with steel because of these properties. It is used in the steel, chemical and medical industries. It is positioned high on the 2012 British Geologic Survey "risk list". Please see the below links for more information.

Inscribed on our ingots are the chemical symbol (Mo), purity (99.99%), weight (one troy ounce), and a serial number (this number is unique and will vary). On the reverse is our logo. These ingots are lightly polished, can be a little rough on the edges, and not all are as well polished as the single one pictured. See the group pictures for representative ingots from this batch. Each ingot will be shipped with an assay certificate and with a velvet bag for storage. As we suggest with all of our metals please keep in a safe place, do not ingest, and keep out of the reach of children.

Each ingot will be shipped with an assay certificate and every shipment will include our velvet logo bag. If you are not completely satisfied with any purchase from us, you have 30 days to return it for a full refund (buyer to pay return shipping). Domestic shipping is free for all orders over $99 (enter code free shipping at checkout). For orders of $99 or under, domestic shipping is $9.95. International shipping is via DHL, FedEx, or USPS international express  and costs $45 for shipments up to a pound (9 one ounce ingots or less including packaging materials) and $10 for each additional pound. International customers please be aware that your country may levy import duties and/or VAT taxes on your purchase from us. We have nothing to do with this and cannot pay it for you. If you refuse our package because of this extra cost we will take it back and will refund your order in full once received minus the cost of the return shipping. If you are unsure what these import costs will be please check with your country's customs office. 

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Molybdenum

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abundance_of_elements_in_Earth%27s_crust

http://www.bgs.ac.uk/mineralsuk/statistics/riskList.html