|Welcome to The PGM Database|
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|The PGM Database assists you to find materials based on their properties, enabling you to find the right material for the job without the hassle.|
|The PGM Database is a collection of published data and internal Johnson Matthey data defining the physical properties and characteristics of platinum group metals and their alloys.|
|The PGM Database helps you find solutions to material problems.|
|The PGM Database can display a datasheet of material properties in a user-friendly view, giving a comprehensive picture of a material and its capabilities.|
|Using advanced software, the PGM Database can perform selection based on material properties, showing only materials with the properties that you define.|
|The PGM Database is by definition incomplete. We would welcome the contribution of new data and comments on what is already there. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to add your data to the database.|
|With The PGM Database, you can perform the following actions:|
|Browse - explore and view the database using the tree navigation system on the left.||Material Data Network - search complementary materials information sources.|
|Text-search - search the database for a chosen word or string of words.||View The PGM Database's help files.|
|Select - search the database for materials, processes and other records with a chosen set of properties.||Note:- Some features of this site require browser cookies.|
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