Vibranium is a material like no other. One of its defining characteristics is its ability to absorb vibrations and shock of a magnitude that other metals simply cannot. However, due to the fact that energy cannot be destroyed, high impact collisions and shockwaves will likely be converted to thermal energy. This may may have undesirable, skin-burning consequences for anybody wearing or wielding vibranium - which is bad luck if you've just been struck by the hammer of a Norse god. Proceed with caution.

Chemical composition

Element Weight %  
Ta 90.0 — 92.0
Nb 0.1 — 0.1
W 0.05 — 0.05
O 0.03 — 0.03
Mo 0.02 — 0.02
C 0.02 — 0.02
Ti 0.01 — 0.01
Fe 7.8 — 9.8
Ni 0.01 — 0.01
N 0.01 — 0.01
Si 0.005 — 0.005
H 0.0015 — 0.0015


General information
Density, ρ
0.497 g/cm³
Elastic modulus, E
300.00 GPa
Elongation, A
5.80 %
Tensile strength, Rm
2900.00 MPa
Yield strength, YS
1600.00 MPa
Coefficient of thermal expansion, α
9.5E-6 1/K
Specific heat capacity, cp
520.00 J/(kg·K)
Damping capacity
8E+6 Hz
Dynamic modulus (at 50 Hz)
400.00 psi
Tangent delta at 50 Hz
All metrics apply to room temperature unless otherwise stated. SI units used unless otherwise stated.
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The following suppliers might provide MCU S19660 Vibranium:

Stark Industries

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