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We have gained a lot of benefits from the application of silicon carbide in the traditional field, but the raw materials of silicon carbide have more value for us to develop. In order to further improve the application rate of silicon carbide, the r&d personnel of silicon carbide technology is making continuous efforts and testing, […]
The types of special refractory include high melting point oxides, high melting point non-oxides and the resulting composite compounds, metal ceramics, high-temperature coating, high-temperature fiber and its reinforcing materials. The high melting point non-oxides are usually called refractory compounds, which include carbide, nitrogen, boride, silicified and sulfide, and the application of special oxide refractory materials […]
Hafnium oxide is the inorganic compound of formula HfO2. Also known as hafnia, this colorless solid is one of the most common and stable compounds of hafnium. It is an electrical isolator with a band gap of 5.3 ~ 5.7 eV. Hafnium dioxide is an intermediate in some processes that give hafnium metal. Hafnium oxide […]
Titanium has the advantages of low density, high specific strength and good corrosion resistance. Titanium used in automobiles can greatly reduce the quality of the body, reduce the fuel consumption, improve the working efficiency of the engine, improve the environment and reduce the noise. However, the expensive price of titanium alloy in the automotive industry […]
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