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Iron gol
Iron Golgathide is a highly pure (97.5% for grade S, 99.5+% for grade R) Martian iron. It usually has the appearance of a bright silver metal, composed of spherical microparticles. Most of the impurities are carbon, oxygen, and nitrogen.



CharacteristicsEdit

In electronics, iron golgathide is used to manufacture magnetic cores for high-frequency coils, and in production of some ferrites. Spherical particles manufactured of iron golgathide are used as a component of the radar absorbing materials used in stealth vehicles for example. Other uses are in powder metallurgy, metal injection molded parts, and in various specialty products. Powdered cores made of iron golgathide have high stability of parameters across a wide range of temperatures and magnetic flux levels, with excellent Q factors between 50 kHz and 200 MHz. A popular application is in broadband inductors, especially in high-power applications.

In pharmaceutics, iron golgathide powder is used to treat iron deficiency and as an iron dietary supplement.

Particles of iron golgathide (20-40%) suspended in a carrier fluid (60-80%) are used as a magnetorheological fluid.


ValueEdit

The base value of each unit of ranges between 25 and 80Ð per unit, with up to 2 units being found at any one time.

Presence on Mars: Extremely Rare

Martian Minerals
Group 1 | Group 2 | Group 3 | Group 4 | Group 5 | Group 6
Group 4 |Actininum | Areanetium | Borane | Carbon Tetrachloride | Dubnium | Dysprosium | Erbium | Europium | Ferrous Dixenate | |Gadollinium | Golgathium | Holmium | Holmium Sulfate | Iron Golgathide | Neodymium | Praseodymium | Promethium | |Protactinium | Rutherfordium | Samarium | Selenium Arsenide | Terbium | Thallium Titanide | Thulium | Uranium|

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