Category: Molybdenum Alloy

How was Refractory Metal Molybdenum Used in the Two Wars?

Molybdenum is a silvery-white metal that is ductile and highly resistant to corrosion. In 1781, people began to understand how to obtain molybdenum metal, but in the next 100 years, the total world molybdenum production did not exceed 10 tons. And because molybdenum was easy to oxidize and the level of smelting and processing was

How is Refractory Molybdenum Metal Used in Modern Industries?

The application of Molybdenum is in the leading position in the iron and steel industry, accounting for about 80% of the total consumption of molybdenum, followed by the chemical industry, accounting for about 10%. In addition, molybdenum has also been used in electrical and electronic technology, medicine and agriculture and other fields, accounting for about

Introduction of Molybdenum-Lanthanum Alloy

Molybdenum Lanthanum Alloy Overview Molybdenum Lanthanum alloy, also known as high-temperature molybdenum, is graded MoLa, which is formed by doping a small amount of lanthanum trioxide (La2O3) particles in molybdenum to form a so-called laminated fiber structure. This special microstructure remains stable up to 2000 °C. Therefore, molybdenum-lanthana has creep resistance even under extreme use

Tungsten Molybdenum Alloy Material Properties

The tungsten-molybdenum alloy is an alloy containing two elements of molybdenum and tungsten, and includes a molybdenum-based molybdenum-tungsten alloy and a tungsten-based tungsten-molybdenum alloy series. The alloy can be formed in any ratio and is a complete solid solution alloy at all temperatures. The preparation method of the tungsten-molybdenum alloy is the same as the

Molybdenum Stainless Steel Barrels for Wine Making

Acid-resistant molybdenum grade stainless steel barrels and related equipment are essential for the production of many alcoholic beverages. They are used in alcohol fermentation, brewing, aging, storage and transportation. Molybdenum products are hygienic and easy to clean, helping producers create sophisticated and elaborate alcohol products from the high-end market to the mass market. As the

Welding Method of Stainless Steel and Molybdenum

Since the physical properties of molybdenum and molybdenum alloys differ greatly from those of stainless steel, many problems arise during the welding process. In their soldering, when heated to 400 ° C, slight oxidation occurs; when it is above 600 ° C, it is rapidly oxidized to MoO3 compound. The solubility of oxygen in molybdenum

Can you imagine that gold can be mined in molybdenum?

Modern electronic products often contain dozens of metals that are squeezed in as small a space as possible and are almost impossible to disassemble at the end of their life cycle. Believe it or not, precious metals can be “mined” from such e-waste using highly reactive supercritical water. For example, a nickel alloy containing molybdenum

What Are The Characteristics of Molybdenum-Copper Alloy?

Molybdenum-copper alloy is used to substitute copper and tungsten-copper in some applications. Usually, Mo/Cu alloy can be made by using high-quality molybdenum powder and oxygen-free copper powder by isostatic pressing method (high-temperature sintering-permeating copper). Since molybdenum-copper alloy is a pseudo-alloy that are pressed from two mutually incompatible metal powders, it has the characteristics of both

TZM: Titanium Zirconium Molybdenum Alloy

Introduction The refractory metal Molybdenum has several alloys. Molybdenum Alloy refers to those alloys made of molybdenum and other metal elements consisting of non-ferrous alloys, the main alloy elements are nickel (Ni), copper (Cu), titanium (Ti), zirconium (Zr), hafnium (Hf), tungsten (W) and rare earth elements. The added alloy elements not only comes from the

Industrial Applications of Refractory Metal Molybdenum

Definition: Molybdenum is a kind of silver-white metal, belonging to the refractory metal category. It is hard and tough, and is free from the erosion of the air at room temperature. It doesn’t have chemical reaction with hydrochloric acid or hydrofluoric acid. Discovery: Molybdenum was first discovered in 1782 When Swedish scientist Elm linseed oil