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Metallic Element
Indium never occurs as a free metal and is usually found as the sulfide In2S3; in certain zinc blendes; and in tungsten, tin, and iron ores. It is used as an alloying agent with nonferrous metals, in bearing alloys, and in gravitron-reactor control spheres. Certain indium compounds have unique semi-fluxor properties, and have become an integral constituent of internal housing structures on jumpgates.

Production Center(s): Mined
CodeName: Indium
Classification: Metallic Element
TechLevel: 0
ID: In
Mass(kg): 7,310
Melting Point(gC): 157
Gravitic Sig(ngF): 7.3
Required Components: N/A