MAX Phase Material

MAX phase material is a new type of machinable ceramic material,which has received extensive attention. Because the MAX phase has similar metal-like bonding properties,it has the functions of electrical and thermal conductivity.Most MAX phase materials have better electrical and thermal conductivity.Conductivity.This is also related to the electronic structure. Application of MAX phase powders : Max […]

Zirconium Diboride Powder

Brief introduction of ZrB2 Powder: Zirconium diboride (ZrB2) is a refractory ceramic with a hexagonal crystal structure. This is an ultra-high temperature ceramic (UHTC) with a melting point of 3246°C. The material’s relatively low density (measured density may be higher due to hafnium impurities) and high-temperature strength make it a good candidate for high-temperature aerospace […]

Excellent properties of Vanadium diboride

Vanadium diboride is a metal boride with molecular formula BV, molecular weight 61.7525, and a gray cubic crystal structure. Vanadium boride (VB2) has a hexagonal crystal structure, a melting point of 2980 degrees Celsius, high oxidation temperature and high hardness. VB2 has been proved to have a Gaver hardness of 27.2±1.5 GPa, and it has […]

What is Nickel DiBoride ?

Nickel Diboride is a common name for materials mostly containing nickel and boron, which is widely used as a catalyst in organic chemistry. Herbert C. Brown and Charles Allan Brown in 1963 described and evaluated in detail two forms of nickel called P-1 nickel and P-2 nickel. Catalysts are typically obtained as particles (P-1) or […]

Chromium Diboride and Its Industrial Application

Chromium diboride has a chemical formula of CrB2, making it one of the six stable chromium diborides with a melting point of 1760°C, good oxidation resistance, and a high melting point. Boron forms double compounds with metals and some non-metals (such as carbon). In addition to zinc (Zn), cadmium (Cd), mercury (Hg), gallium (Ga), indium […]

Boride Series

Boride Series powder are very unique and highly functional new ceramic materials, most importantly, they have many advantages, including high melting point, high hardness, good electrical and thermal conductivity. Due to this, they are heat-resistant materials that are capable of being processed precisely by electrical discharge machining as well as hard materials. Application of Boride […]

Application of beryllium fluoride

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 […]

Usage of hafnium element

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 […]

Uses of chromium nitride powder and chromium

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 […]

Some types of hydrides and applications

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 […]

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