or
Book call on your favorite time

By Signing Up. I agree to TradeKey.com Terms of Use, Privacy Policy, IPR and receive emails related to our services

50 lbs of Iron (II, III) Oxide, a.k.a. Magnetite, Reagent Grade Powder

  • USA USA  
  • Quantity Required: 8-50 lbs
  • Last Updated:
    Posted on: 27 Feb 2021

  • Time Left: 15Y 10M
  • Destination Port: Virginia Beach, Virginia, United States

RFQ Details

Hello, and thank you for your attention in reading my specific purchase offer. I need a bulk supplier of reagent grade Iron (II, III) Oxide, Iron (II) Oxide, and/or Iron (III) Oxide; these oxides are also known as Magnetite, Black Iron Oxide, Wustite, Hematite, Rust, and Red Iron Oxide. The most important material out of all of these oxides would be Magnetite or Iron (II, III) Oxide, for it is the type of iron oxide powder that yields the highest potential as an oxidizing agent and as a magnetic field carrier out of any of the above oxides. The reason for this order on my part is not important and will be disregarded during any business transactions involved in the eventual purchase and transportation of the quantity to be specified after contact with the supplier can be established. The material should be a mix between fine (US Sieve No. 150-250 mesh), medium (US Sieve No. 60-130 mesh), and coarse (US Sieve No. 28-50 mesh) grain powders. The mix should be ~60% fine grain, ~35% medium grain, and ~5% coarse grain throughout the entire whole of the powder to be purchased. The specific order is not conclusively going to be 50 lbs, for this depends heavily on the accompanied quote price provided by the supplier, preferably given as US dollars per pound; other notations are accepted fully, including US dollars per 100 grams, US dollars per ounce, and/or US dollars per kilogram. If the oxide is available, the Magnetite will be required to retain unstressed magnetic properties (meaning it hasn't been exposed to temperatures over Magnetite's curie point of 858 Kelvin - the temperature at which a magnet looses its magnetic strength) that can be attributed to its natural, mineral sand origins. Mineral-harvested Magnetite is the preferred source of this powder because it already possesses this unique magnetic affinity not found in other oxides of iron. A quote price for the individual fine, medium, and coarse grain powder sizes would be preferred also. Thank you for listening.