Tungsten has the highest melting point out of any pure metal. It is a dull-silver colored metal that is also known as Wolfram. It is precisely that name where the element takes its symbol, W.
Tungsten is highly resistant, even more, resistant than diamonds and much harder than steel. Tungsten is a highly desired and applicable metal due to its resistance and ability to withstand high temperatures. Another reason as to why tungsten is so desirable is because of its unique properties and strengths.
Tungsten has the atomic symbol W and it has an atomic number 74. It is categorized as a transition metal with a density of 19.24g / cm3. It’s melting point, the highest of any metals is 6192 F or 3422 C. Its boiling point is 10031 F or 5555 C.
W Resources Plc engages in the exploration and development of tungsten, tin, copper, and gold properties. Its flagship project is the La Parrilla tungsten project located in Spain.