Industrial Demands of Molybdenum and Molybdenum Alloys

In terms of global consumption structure, molybdenum is indeed an ally of iron. The demand for molybdenum in western developed countries is 80% from steel, 30% from stainless steel, 30% from low-alloy steel, 10% from drilling and cutting tools, and 10% from cast steel, and the other 20 percent of molybdenum consumption is in molybdenum

Two World Wars Made Molybdenum Famous

In 1781, people began to understand how to get molybdenum, but the total production of molybdenum in the world did not exceed 10 tons in the following 100 years. Since molybdenum is easy to oxidize and its smelting and processing levels are limited, it seems that people do not know how to apply this metal

What are the uses of Molybdenum and Molybdenum Alloys?

All kinds of human tissues contain molybdenum, which is a silver-white metal with the high melting point. Molybdenum is widely used in all works of life. In the metallurgical industry, molybdenum is not only an additive for the production of various alloy steels, but also can be combined with tungsten, nickel, cobalt, zirconium, titanium, vanadium,

How does the Molybdenum Work in Coating Industry?

Like tungsten, molybdenum is a kind of refractory metals, and its melting point is 2620 ℃. Molybdenum has strong interatomic binding force, low expansion coefficient, high conductivity and good thermal conductivity. With the rapid development of electronic information industry, the application of molybdenum as the sputtering target has been increasing. The sputtering target material is