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A tungsten alloy is a refractory metal consisting of W-Ni-Fe, W-Ni-Cu, and W-Ni-Cu-Fe. They have high melting points and are twice as dense as steel and 50 percent higher than lead. Currently, WNiFe is a popular ingredient for high-specific tungsten alloys, such as W-Ni-Fe Alloy, which can be used to make F1 car weight and so on. […]
Brief Analysis of Applications of the Zirconia Refractories With the rapid development of the iron & steel industry and the requirement of improving the performance of electronic components, zirconia refractories are more and more applied. Zirconia is a very stable refractory oxide, and the relevant research shows that the melting temperature of which is 2680 ℃. In this article, […]
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Nano Tungsten Carbide – The Platinum-like Catalyst In nature, platinum group elements together with gold and silver are known as precious metal elements. Platinum family has platinum, iridium, rhodium, and palladium. The most important value of platinum is not that it is platinum jewelry, but that it is an important industrial catalyst, such as in […]
Refractory Metal Powders VS 3D Printing Technology 3D printing technology is also called additive manufacturing, and the metal devices produced by this technology are somewhat similar to the powder gold treatment technology we currently use, all of which are built on metal powder, and the difference is that the material powder is not bonded by […]
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In recent years, a shortage of cobalt has resulted from rising mineral prices and the worldwide spread of new energy vehicles. A round of technical updates has been launched between the top battery makers in an effort to reduce the use of cobalt in lithium-ion batteries. Panasonic has drastically reduced the use of cobalt in […]
What Is The Basic Tungsten Metal Like? In today’s article, we will take a look at what is the basic tungsten metal like. Tungsten is the most plentiful of the refractory metals. However, about half of the world’s reserves are found in China. Korea is another important source along with Bolivia, Portugal, Australia, Thailand, Canada, and […]
Tungsten (W) is one of the so-called transition metals with the atomic number 74. The shiny gray metal is in a solid state at room temperature. Tungsten is characterized by special physical and chemical properties: Heat resistance: After carbon, tungsten has the highest melting point of all elements of 3422°C. It has a boiling point […]
What Is the Industrial Diamond? Tungsten is a metal element with atomic number 74 and atomic weight 183.84. It’s usually steel gray or silver-white with high hardness and high melting point. It has air corrosion resistance at room temperature. The main application of tungsten is manufacturing filament, high-speed cutting alloy steel, and super-hard mold. Besides, tungsten […]
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