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Global Antimony

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Antimony is a chemical element and exists in both metallic and non metallic forms. The
metallic form is bright silver and brittle material. Non metallic form of antimony is grey
powder. Antimony is a stable element in dry air and is inert toacids and alkalis. Antimony
expands on cooling and is a bad conductor of electricity and heat. Antimony is among the
oldest known element to mankind and has been used for varied applications since 4000
BC.
Antimony is available freely in nature and also can be extracted from ores such as
valentinite and stibnite. Elemental antimony is present in relatively small amount owing
to high reactivity of antimony with sulfur, lead, silver and copper.Stibnite is the commonly
used ore for extracting antimony, ores of antimony are crushed and then antimony is
hand sorted from the crushed ore. Owing to large reserves and cheap and abundant
labor available in China, China dominates the global antimony production. Antimony is
also recycled from lead acid batteries, recycled antimony is among other major sources
for antimony and is fast gaining acceptance as an easy source of antimony.
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Metallic antimony is brittle in nature and hence has to be combined with other metals or
alloysfor high strength applications. Antimony trioxide is the commonly used compound
of antimony for various commercial applications such as production of plastics, rubber,
textile, pigments, glass, etc. Antimony is widely used with lead as a reinforcement to
increase the strength of lead in applications such as ammunitions. Antimony is also
widely used in lead acid batteries which are among the dominant applicationsfor

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