MCX Nickel Live Chart
The below MCX Nickel Live Chart and power levels are updated between 9.15 to 9.30 am everyday. You can make use of the below live charts and power levels to make your own trading decisions.
In this page, you will get detailed information about Nickel Futures, such as Nickel Futures live quotes / prices and real-time 5 min, 1 hour , historical chart, buy & sell signal levels for intraday, short term positional & long term positional trading.
MCX Nickel Price Charts
Commodity Nickel Streaming Interactive Real Time 5 Mins Intraday Chart
In the above interactive chart, you will get detailed information about Nickel Futures. Such as Nickel Futures live quotes / prices and Nickel Futures real-time 5 min, 15 min, 1 hour, daily (End of the day), weekly, monthly and historical chart.
Above MCX India nickel price chart is powered by Investing com. You can make use of the above interactive chart to draw your own studies and analysis. The default chart pattern is set as candlestick and default time frame is set as 5 mins intraday chart. You can personalize the above nickel price chart by modifying the default time frame, default bar's style, adding tools for technical analysis, trend analysis and a lot more, possibilities are limitless.
In the left bottom horizontal bar, various time periods are given, one can make use of the time period feature to check the long term historical price chart of nickel such as 1 year, 5 years , 10 years, 20 years, even 50 years.
MCX Nickel Historical Chart
Nickel (Ni) is a silvery white metal known for strength and ductility. Placed under the iron group of metals in the periodic table, its atomic number is twenty eight and the most common use of it is in the manufacture of stainless steel. Some of the most important characteristics of this metal are strength, ductility and resistance to corrosion. Nickel is known to display a good conductivity of heat and electricity – estimated to be equal to twenty five percent of the conductivity of copper.
REACTIVITY & PROPERTIES
Nickel belongs to the iron-cobalt group of metals in the periodic table. It is known to resist atmospheric corrosion and also resists reaction to acids except in case of oxidizing acids like nitric acid. Unaffected by alkalis, it is readily soluble in dilute acids. The compounds nickel carbonyl and nickel sulfide are considered toxic. It is classified as a carcinogen and is an allergen to many people. Therefore it is not widely used in dietary constituents.
Nickel is abundantly present in the earth’s crust and can be mined with ease. Researchers have established the quantity of it in the earth’s crust to be up to eighty ppm with up to hundred percent concentration at deeper levels.
The usual process of extraction is to react impure nickel with carbon monoxide to form Ni(CO)4 . This compound is then decomposed at two hundred degrees Celsius to yield almost 100% pure nickel.
Some of the principle uses of Nickel are:
To form corrosion resistant alloys like Permalloy, nichrome and stainless steel.
As a protective covering for coins and strong magnets by electroplating.
In glass to form a green color
As a catalyst to hydrogenate vegetable oils
Manufacturing aircraft turbines and gas turbines