Indium was discovered in the middle of the 19th century by spectroscopic analysis of zinc oxide. Researchers were looking for gallium, but instead of the green line of this element they found an unknown bright blue line in the spectra. Unlike other rare earth metals, indium is characterized by exceptional softness and malleability. While the refractory metals have a melting point of over 2000 °C, the fusible indium has a melting point of about 156 °C.
|specific gravity||7.31 g/cm³|
|Specific heat of melting||3,24 1 kJ/mol|
|Specific heat of vaporization||575 kJ/mol|
|Oxidation degree||+1, +3|
As a rule, indium alloys are primarily associated with solders. Because of its high adhesion this element is practically indispensable in soldering various kinds of materials. For example, indium metal not only creates strong joints with equal success but is also used in the manufacture of liquid crystal screens. It is used as an acceptor additive to germanium and a number of fusible solders. Indium's high adhesion to most materials allows soldering, for example, metal to glass.
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