Product ID : W192
W192 Silver Wire, Diameter (in)=0.031, Diameter (mm)=0.79, (ohms/cm)=0.00032
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- Silver Wire and Ribbon - Filament and Heater Material Silver wire and ribbon has the highest electrical and thermal conductivity of all metals. It is used to make lead wires for some mass spectrometer filaments and heaters.
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