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Refractory Ceramics

Refractory ceramics are a material used in a variety of industrial applications at high temperatures. They provide strength, protection from corrosion, and thermal insulation. In fact, refractories are essential for manufacturing everything from hospital beds to ambulances. Not only do these materials provide strength and resistance to heat and chemicals, but they also contribute to […]


The Main Applications of PBN

Pyrolytic Boron Nitride, abbreviated as Pyrolytic BN or PBN, also known as Chemical vapour-deposited Boron Nitride, Chemical Vapour-deposition of Boron Nitride or CVD-BN, etc. As the name suggests, this is a kind of boron nitride prepared by high temperature pyrolysis reaction by chemical vapor deposition method. Pyrolytic Boron Nitride (PBN) material has high purity, chemical […]

Advanced Ceramics, Application

Element Properties: 46-52 atomic number

PALLADIUM, SILVER, CADMIUM, INDIUM, TIN, ANTIMONY, TELLURIUM PALLADIUM Atomic symbol: Pd Atomic weight: 106.42 Atomic number: 46 Electron configuration: 2-8-18-18-0 Oxidation states: +2, +4 State of matter: solid Heavy metal, ductile Discovered in 1803 by William Hyde Wollaston Boils at 2927°C, melts at 1552°C Notes: Palladium is a silver, white metal that also occurs as […]


Benefits of Refractory Materials

Refractory materials are materials that resist decomposition due to heat, pressure, or chemical attack. They have high strength and durability at high temperatures. They can be inorganic, crystalline, porous, or heterogeneous. Read on to learn about the benefits of refractory materials for various applications. refractory ceramics Refractory ceramics are used in a variety of industrial […]


Refractory Ceramics and Zirconia Ceramic

Refractory ceramics are substances that resist high temperatures. These materials have several applications, including high-temperature insulators, heat-resistant glass, and fireproof ceramics. If you are looking for high-temperature resistant materials, read on for more information. In this article, you will learn more about refractory ceramics and zirconia ceramic. You will also learn about their benefits. The […]


Vacuum smelting high-pressure gas atomization technology

The atomization method is a powder preparation method in which a fast-moving fluid (atomization medium) impacts or otherwise breaks the metal or alloy liquid into fine droplets, and then condenses into a solid powder. The atomized powder particles not only have the same uniform chemical composition as the established molten alloy, but also due to […]


Alloying of molybdenum

The alloying principle of molybdenum is similar to that of tungsten. All the strengthening methods used to improve the heat resistance of tungsten are basically applicable to molybdenum. There are mainly the following types: solid solution strengthening, precipitation strengthening, dispersion strengthening and composite strengthening. Solution strengthening Solid solution strengthening includes the addition of trace elements […]


Titanium but not just titanium

Titanium and its alloys have many advantages as surgical implant materials, such as low density, high strength, good toughness, good biocompatibility, non-toxicity, low elastic modulus, good corrosion resistance, and low X-ray absorption rate Etc., thus occupying an increasingly important position in medical metal materials. Titanium and its alloys can be used for the repair and […]


Overview of rare earth metals and intermediate alloys

The vast majority of single rare earth metals and their intermediate alloys are used to produce new rare earth metal materials such as neodymium iron boron, samarium cobalt permanent magnet, and super magnetostriction and non-ferrous metal alloys such as AI-RE, Mg-RE, Cu-RE, Zn- RE, W-RE, Mo-RE, etc. In addition, there are a few rare earth […]


Process of high-density tungsten alloy

High-density tungsten alloy, also known as tungsten-based heavy alloy, is a type of alloy made of tungsten as the matrix element (85% ~ 99% mass fraction) with the addition of Ni, Cu, Fe, and other alloy elements by liquid phase sintering. The density is up to 16.5 ~ 19.0g / cc. The most commonly used are […]