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Molybdenum: A High-Temperature Material

Introduction In the realm of materials science, the quest for high-temperature materials is perpetual. Among the champions in this category is molybdenum. This metallic element is notable for its exceptional high-temperature stability and strength. This article explores its properties, applications, and future prospects. Hope that you can learn about its significance in various industrial sectors.

Refractory Metals: Applications and Innovations

Introduction In the vast realm of materials science, a select group of metals holds a distinct position. They possess exceptional resilience, durability, and high melting points. These refractory metals play a pivotal role across industries and facilitate innovations in technology, engineering, and beyond. This article is going to have a detailed discussion about their features

Molybdenum’s Advancements in Aerospace Technology

Introduction The aerospace industry relies on materials that withstand extreme conditions while ensuring safety and efficiency. In this pursuit, molybdenum emerges as a critical element. Its unique properties have revolutionized the construction of aircraft, propelled rocketry, and aerospace components. Here, this article is going to explore how molybdenum is reshaping the skies above us. Hope

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

How to Choose the Size of Molybdenum Electrode?

Molybdenum electrode The main component of the molybdenum electrode is molybdenum and is prepared by powder metallurgy. The internationally used molybdenum electrode contains 99.95% of the components and has a density greater than 10.15g/cm3 to guarantee the quality of the glass and the service life of the electrode. The commonly used molybdenum electrode size ranges

Metal for the Future: Molybdenum

From the perspective of terminal consumption, molybdenum is mainly used in the fields of energy, infrastructure, transportation, aerospace, and military industry, which obviously benefits from the third industrial revolution in the world, and will drive the recovery of molybdenum waste industry back to the high-speed growth track in the next 10-20 years. Petrochemical industry Energy

How does the Molybdenum Work in Coating Industry?

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