Most Expensive Metals in the World   Leave a comment

The most expensive metals in the world.

Not only the price is high, the quality of the metals itself is certainly unbelievable. So, if we want to sell it back, the price won’t go down. There are many people who invest on these most expensive metals in order to get a higher price in the next sale. Here they are..

 Molybdenum 

mostexpensivemetals molybdenum Top 10 Most Expensive Metals in the World

The Molybdenum is a Group 6 chemical element whose symbol and atomic number are Mo and no. 42. It is one of the most expensive metals in the world which proposed as a loanword form Anatolian Luvian and Lydian languages, since its ores were confused with lead ores.

Iridium

mostexpensivemetals iridium Top 10 Most Expensive Metals in the World

The Iridium is the chemical element whose atomic number is 77 and is represented by the symbol Ir. It is one of the most expensive metals in the world which has various colors, including a very-hard-brittle silvery white. It is both the second densest element and the most corrosion-resistant metal.

 Osmium 

mostexpensivemetals osmium Top 10 Most Expensive Metals in the World

The Osmium is the chemical element whose symbol and atomic number are Os and no. 76. It is one of the most expensive metals in the world which has various colors, including a hard-brittle blue-gray and blue-black. The density of osmium is 22.59 g/ cm cubic, the second densest element.

Ruthenium 

mostexpensivemetals ruthenium Top 10 Most Expensive Metals in the World

The Ruthenium is a chemical element whose symbol and atomic number are Ru and no. 44. It is one of the most expensive metals in the world, the inert rare to most chemicals. It belongs to the platinum group of the periodic table whose name was given to it by Karl Ernst.

Palladium 

mostexpensivemetals palladium Top 10 Most Expensive Metals in the World

The Palladium is a chemical element whose chemical symbol and atomic number are Pd and no. 46. It is colored silvery-white and one of the most expensive metals in the world which was discovered by William Hyde Wollaston it 1803. It was him who gave it the name of “Palladium”.

Rhenium

mostexpensivemetals rhenium Top 10 Most Expensive Metals in the World

The Rhenium is a chemical element whose symbol and atomic number are Re and no. 75. It is a heavy silvery-white transition metal in group 7 of the periodic table and one of the most expensive metals in the world. It is also one of the rarest elements in the Earth’s crust.

 Gold

mostexpensivemetals gold Top 10 Most Expensive Metals in the World

The Gold is a chemical element whose symbol and atomic number are Au and no. 79. It is one of the most expensive metals in the world which is very dense, soft, shiny, malleable, and ductile. Chemically, gold is a reactive solid chemical transition metal, included to a group 11 element.

 Platinum

mostexpensivemetals platinum Top 10 Most Expensive Metals in the World

The Platimum is a chemical element whose chemical symbol and atomic number are Pt and no. 78. It is one of the most expensive metals in the world whose name was derived from the Spanish term “Platina del Pinto”, meaning “little silver of the Pinto River”.

Rhodium 

mostexpensivemetals rhodium Top 10 Most Expensive Metals in the World

The Rhodium is a rare silvery white chemical element whose symbol and atomic number are Rh and no. 45. It is one of the most expensive metals in the world which was composed of only one isotope. Rhodium is found a free metal, alloyed with similar metals, and never as a chemical compound.

Technetium

mostexpensivemetals techtenium Top 10 Most Expensive Metals in the World

The Technetium is the chemical element whose symbol and atomic number are Tc and no. 43. It is one of the most expensive metals in the world which has the lowest atomic number element without any stable isotopes; every form of it is radioactive. It is composed of rhenium and manganese.

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