Palladium

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-{{glossary|Palladium is a rare metal category of commodity that is traded internationally. It is primarily used as an industrial catalyst, as a component or TFT LCD screens and in jewelry.}}+{{glossary|Palladium is a rare metal category of commodity that is traded internationally. It is primarily used as an industrial catalyst, as a component of TFT LCD screens and in jewelry.}}
Palladium chemical element is symbol Pd and atomic number 46. A rare silver-white transition metal of the platinum group, palladium resembles platinum chemically and is extracted from some copper and nickel ores. Palladium chemical element is symbol Pd and atomic number 46. A rare silver-white transition metal of the platinum group, palladium resembles platinum chemically and is extracted from some copper and nickel ores.
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Palladium is a rare metal category of commodity that is traded internationally. It is primarily used as an industrial catalyst, as a component of TFT LCD screens and in jewelry.


Palladium chemical element is symbol Pd and atomic number 46. A rare silver-white transition metal of the platinum group, palladium resembles platinum chemically and is extracted from some copper and nickel ores.