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Transition Element
Vanadium is one of the hardest of all metals, and thus quite valuable. Because of its hardness and great tensile strength, vanadium metal is used in many alloys. Titanium-vanadium alloys are used for missile cases, gravity drive housings, and nuclear-reactor components. As a catalyst, vanadium has largely replaced platinum in the manufacture of plasma gun barreling.

Production Center(s): Mined
CodeName: Vanadium
Classification: Transition Element
TechLevel: 0
Mass(kg): 5,800
Melting Point(gC): 1890
Gravitic Sig(ngF): 6.0
Required Components: N/A