Tungsten is a greyish-white lustrous metal, which is a solid at room temperature. Tungsten has the highest melting point and lowest vapor pressure of all metals, and at temperatures over 1650°C has the highest tensile strength.
3 Primary Uses Of Tungsten The melting point of tungsten is the highest among all metallic elements, and its density (19.3 g / cm³) is very high, close to gold. The hardness of tungsten is also very high, and the hardness of tungsten carbide is close to that of the diamond. In addition, tungsten has good […]
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How Is A Tungsten Crucible Made? A tungsten crucible is one of the products of the tungsten metal. As the melting point of tungsten is as high as 3410℃, the tungsten crucibles can be divided into spinning, stamping, forging and sintering according to different manufacturing processes. Spinning Tungsten Crucible It refers to the tungsten crucible […]
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What Are the Main Uses of Tungsten Wire? Want to know the main uses of tungsten wire? You’ve come to the right place. In this article, we will introduce 5 main uses of the tungsten wire in the modern industry. Tungsten is the most widely used refractory metal. It’s melting point is 3410℃, so it still […]
How Does Tungsten Power the Aerospace Industry? Tungsten is the most heat-resistant metal, and it has the highest density and strength of refractory metals. Tungsten alloys with alloying elements have good wear resistance, corrosion resistance, electrical conductivity, and thermal conductivity. In this article, we will take a look at how does tungsten power the aerospace […]
Tungsten Metal Has Facilitated The Development Of The Aerospace Industry Space, once the arena of great power rivalry, now depends on international co-operation for its costly endeavor. The aerospace industry represents the economic, military and technological level of a country, and is also an important symbol of a country’s comprehensive national strength and national defense […]
More than 350 years ago, porcelain makers in China incorporated a unique peach colour into their designs by means of a tungsten pigment that was not known in the West. Indeed it was not for another century that chemists in Europe became aware of it. In 1779, Peter Woulfe examined a mineral from Sweden and […]
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