Indium is one of the world’s semi-precious metals and is incredibly important in the technology industry in the 21st century. The softest metal not classified as an alkali metal, indium has streaks of indigo blue in its spectrum that resulted in the eventual name given to the metal following its discovery. Today, 1 oz Indium Luciteria Science Square Bars are available to you online at Silver.com.
- Available to ship to you in a plastic blistercard!
- Produced using Indium!
- Consists of One Troy ounce of .9999 fine indium.
- Identifying hallmarks on the obverse of the bars.
- Blank field on the reverse of the bar.
- Minted ingot squares.
Indium was discovered in 1863. Using spectroscopic methods, Ferdinand Reich and Hieronymous Theodor Richter discovered the soft metal and named it indium based on the indigo blue color in its visual spectrum. Indium is predominantly used today in the production of semiconductors, but is mined in very low volumes each year.
For the obverse design of 1 oz Indium Luciteria Science Square Bars, the manufacturers have produced a square minted ingot with the Atomic number and symbol on the field of the bar. This is accompanied by engravings of the metal content, weight, and purity. There is no design on the reverse of the bars.
Luciteria Science is opening the doors to new investment opportunities for those who typically buy traditional precious metals. Rare metals and semi-precious metals like indium are increasingly in demand in other industries around the globe, making these metals increasingly attractive as an investment option as prices rise with demand. The 1 oz Indium Lucteria Science Bars in this listing come with plastic blistercards.
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