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5 Brilliant Uses for Aluminum Foil You’ll Wish You Knew Sooner

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5 Brilliant Uses for Aluminum Foil  Aluminum foil has a broad range of applications in our daily life. If you are a foodie, you are definitely familiar with aluminum foil, because the aluminum foil is often used to heat food when we have a barbecue. If you are a smoker, you will certainly not be unfamiliar with aluminum […]

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Everything You Want to Know about the Most Refractory Metal Tungsten

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The Most Refractory Metal Tungsten Tungsten is widely used in our daily life. For example, the filament inside a light bulb is mainly made of tungsten. When the lamp is lit, the temperature of the filament is as high as 3000 ℃ or more. At such a high temperature, most metals will melt into liquid or even […]

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TZM Alloy Applications, Properties & Preparation Methods

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TZM Alloy Applications, Properties & Preparation Methods TZM alloy (Titanium-Zirconium-Molybdenum Alloy) is a high-temperature alloy widely used at present. Because of its high melting point, high strength, high elastic modulus, small linear expansion coefficient, low vapor pressure, good electrical and thermal conductivity, strong corrosion-resistance, and high-temperature mechanical properties, it is widely used in military, aerospace and […]

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Physical & Chemical Properties of Tungsten

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Physical & Chemical Properties of Tungsten Tungsten is one of the important strategic resources. Due to its excellent physical and chemical properties, tungsten and its alloys are used to manufacture key armor-piercing components that attack various types of armored targets, gyro inertial components for satellites, and high-temperature anti-ablation components such as rockets’ combustion chambers, nozzles, […]

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Tungsten Carbide Uses & Properties

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Tungsten Carbide Uses & Properties  Tungsten carbide is a compound composed of tungsten and carbon with a molecular formula of WC and a molecular weight of 195.85. Due to its excellent physical and chemical properties, tungsten carbide has been widely used in the industry and our everyday life. In this article, we will take a […]

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4 Uses of Copper Tungsten Alloy You Mightn’t Know

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4 Uses of Copper Tungsten Alloy You Mightn’t Know Copper tungsten alloy is an alloy composed of tungsten and copper. It combines the advantages of copper and tungsten. For example, this alloy has the advantages of high strength, high specific gravity, high-temperature resistance, arc ablation resistance, good electrical and thermal performance, and good processing performance. […]

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Classification & Uses of Tantalum Wire

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Classification & Uses of Tantalum Wire Tantalum is the third most refractory metal after tungsten and rhenium, with a melting point of 2980 ° C. In addition, tantalum also has a series of excellent properties such as low vapor pressure, good cold workability, high chemical stability, strong resistance to corrosion of liquid metals, and large dielectric […]

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4 Uses of Vanadium You Mightn’t Know

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4 Uses of Vanadium You Mightn’t Know Vanadium is a silver-gray metal with a high melting point and is often called refractory metal together with niobium, tantalum, tungsten, and molybdenum. Moreover, vanadium is malleable, hard, non-magnetic, and has the ability to resist hydrochloric acid and sulfuric acid. It has better gas, salt, and water corrosion […]

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6 Uses of Zirconium You Mightn’t Know

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6 Uses of Zirconium You Mightn’t Know Perhaps most people are relatively new to zirconium. In fact, zirconium is not new to us. On the contrary, it has been applied to many aspects of our lives. Since ancient times, it has been used as a gem and plays a decorative role in people’s lives because it has […]

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6 Interesting Facts About Vanadium

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6 Interesting Facts About Vanadium Vanadium is a silvery-white transition metal with the element symbol V. Vanadium belongs to the VB group in the periodic table, with an atomic number of 23 and an atomic weight of 50.9414. Vanadium has a high melting point of 1890 ° C, a boiling point of 3380 ° C, and a […]

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