Stanford Materials Corporation is a worldwide supplier of various oxides, metals, alloys, advanced ceramic materials, and minerals. It was established in 1994 to supply high quality rare earth products to our customers in the research and development fields
To meet increasing demands for rare earth products and other materials, Stanford Materials now carries a variety of materials to serve not only our customers in research and development but also manufacturers in the ceramic, metallurgy and electronic industries.
Stanford Materials carries both technical grade materials for industries as well as high purity chemicals (up to 99.99999%) for research institutes. Our annual revenue has exponentially increased since its establishment and reached five millions US dollar last year.
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