Molybdenum Powder Used as Papermaking Filler

Molybdenum powder is the powdered form of molybdenum metal. It is generally made from ammonium molybdate or molybdenum oxide and is reduced with hydrogen. The characteristics of molybdenum powder are that the color, particle size, surface characteristics, dispersion, rheology, thixotropy, and crystal form can be adjusted manually. Moreover, molybdenum powder has high chemical purity, strong

Molybdenum-Rhenium Alloys for Welding

Adding Rhenium Can Improve Properties Metal molybdenum has high hardness, high melting point, good high-temperature strength, and excellent electrical and thermal conductivity. However, some disadvantages limit its applications. For example, molybdenum is brittle at room temperature; molybdenum has poor processability; molybdenum is easy to oxidize; molybdenum is tough and brittle, and its transformation temperature is

Cobalt Chromium Molybdenum Alloy in Medical Application

Cobalt chromium molybdenum alloy is a cobalt-based alloy composed of cobalt, chromium, and molybdenum. It has good magnetic properties, corrosion resistance, wear resistance, and high-temperature strength, so it is used in applications that require good corrosion and wear resistance, typically in hostile environments. One particular feature of Co-Cr-Mo alloy is that it exhibits a balance between biocompatibility and

The Importance of Molybdenum in Stainless Steel

Molybdenum is a transition metal element and is an essential trace element for the human body, animals, and plants. Molybdenum is a silver-white metal, hard and tough. A major application of molybdenum has to mention its importance in stainless steel. The common name stainless steel refers to a large class of iron-based alloys that contain

Comparison Between Mo & Mo-La Alloy Wire in Wire Cutting

Nowadays, molybdenum metal occupies an increasingly important position in the deep processing industry. For example, molybdenum wire has been widely used in modern mold processing. At present, the molybdenum wires used in wire electric discharge cutting on the market mainly include pure molybdenum wires and molybdenum-lanthanum alloy wires. If you want to know how molybdenum

How to Cut Steel Using Molybdenum Wire?

It might be a little hard to imagine cutting hard steel with an ultra-thin wire. In fact, the full name of the process is Wire-cut Electrical Discharge Machining (WEDM), which may be more acceptable to you. The thin wire used for wire cutting may be molybdenum wire or copper wire. Wire cutting machines When it

Preparation and Application of Molybdenum Products

Molybdenum and molybdenum alloy products, such as molybdenum plate, molybdenum rod, molybdenum wire, molybdenum tube, molybdenum foil, etc., are prepared by powder metallurgy and subsequent deformation processing technology. The mixed molybdenum and molybdenum alloy powders are first made into green compacts by conventional pressing or isostatic pressing techniques. The compacts are then sintered in a

Comparison of Tungsten Disulfide & Molybdenum Disulfide Solid Lubricants

Compounds that are valuable as solid lubricants are the disulfides, diselenides and tellurides of tungsten, molybdenum, niobium and tantalum. Of these, only molybdenum disulfide is a naturally occurring compound, while other dichalcogenides are synthetic. MOS2 is also a widely used and representative compound lubricant. Another representative one is tungsten disulfide. When molybdenum disulfide is limited

Silicon Molybdenum Rod – An Overview

The silicon molybdenum rod electric heating element is based on molybdenum disilicide. It is resistant to high temperatures and oxidation and has a long service life. When used in a high-temperature oxidizing atmosphere, a bright and dense quartz (SiO2) glass film will be formed on its surface, which can protect the inner layer of the

What Are the Uses of Molybdenum Machining Products?

As is known to all, molybdenum is mainly consumed in the iron and steel industry, most of which are directly used for steelmaking or cast iron after pressing molybdenum oxide blocks, and a few are smelted into ferromolybdenum and molybdenum foil before being used for steelmaking. The content of molybdenum in low alloy steel is