Vanadium is used in everything from aerospace projects and skyscrapers to chemistry formulas and x-rays.
1. Steel Alloys
Vanadium is most commonly mixed with iron to form steel alloys for tools and construction purposes. Although Vanadium is soft in its pure form, when it's mixed with other elements, the original element becomes stronger.
- Vanadium can also be used to dye fabrics. Most commonly a silvery color, vanadium turns red when heated to create a brilliant color.
- Scientists have recently discovered that when they mix Vanadium with Gallium, the mixture becomes useful in creating superconductive magnet