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Indium is a silver-white, bluish metal with a melting point of 156.61 ° C, a boiling point of 2080 ° C and a density of 7.3 g/cm 3
(20 ° C). It's soft enough to scratch with a fingernail, less hard than lead. Indium is plastic, malleable and can be pressed into
extremely thin sheets of metal.
Used in the production of ITO targets, special solders for integrated circuits, high-performance alloys, thin film solar cells,
aviation bearings and engine bearings, high-tech weapons, high purity reagents, etc.