Application of beryllium fluoride in molten salt reactor core Beryllium fluoride is a chemical substance with the molecular formula BeF2 and the molecular weight of 47.01. White powder or crystal, atomic crystal, covalent compound (this differs from aluminum fluoride), melting point 552℃, boiling point 1175℃, relative density (water =1) 1.9860. Beryllium fluoride is commonly used […]
Electronic materials Hafnium element can be used as a cathode in X-ray tubes because of its easy emission of electrons. In addition, hafnium tungsten or molybdenum alloys are used as electrodes in high pressure discharge lamps. According to a 2012 report, a research team led by Andrew Flovitt of the University of Cambridge’s School of […]
Chromium nitride has the formula (CrN) and is a compound of chromium and nitrogen. This compound is hard and it’s corrosion-resistant. There are several uses of chromium nitride and it’s normally in powder form. Chromium nitride powder is very useful especially in industrial use and here are the various ways that this compound is of […]
A hydride is a chemical compound in which hydrogen is mixed with another element. Chemists will tell you that a hydride is formed when hydrogen is covalently bonded with elements. For instance, water is formed when hydrogen covalently bonds with oxygen which makes it a hydroxide. The same is to ammonia where we can say […]
Presence in nature In nature, vanadium is difficult to exist as a single substance, and mainly forms ore that is symbiotic or complex minerals. Till now, more than 70 vanadium minerals have been discovered, but there are three major minerals, vanadium titano-magnetite(vanadium is extracted from magnetite) and Carnotite (mainly from the United States). Petroleum-associated ores […]
The discovery of vanadium 1801, Mexican mineralogist Andre Manuel de Rio, discovered a new element which chemical properties is similar to chromium and uranium while studying lead minerals .Its salts turn red when heated in acid, so it is called red pigment. It’s actually vanadium metal. 1830, Swedish chemist Nils Gabriel Seferstrom isolated a new […]
Some hydride chemicals and their industrial applications A hydride chemicals is a chemical compound in which hydrogen is mixed with another element. Chemists will tell you that a hydride is formed when hydrogen is covalently bonded with elements. For instance, water is formed when hydrogen covalently bonds with oxygen which makes it a hydroxide. The […]
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Tantalum Carbide Powder Tantalum carbide (TaC) is an extremely hard (Mohs hardess 9-10) refractory ceramic material. The hardness is only exceeded by diamond. It is a heavy, brown powder usually processed by sintering, and an important cermet material.
Zirconium Carbide powder It has the appearance of a gray metallic powder with cubic crystal structure. It is highly corrosion resistant. Like most carbides of refractory metals, zirconium carbide is sub-stoichiometric, i.e., it contains carbon vacancies. At carbon contents higher than approximately ZrC0.98 the material contains free carbon. ZrC is stable for a carbon-to-metal ratio […]