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Applications of Special Oxide Refractories

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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 […]

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What is the Metallic Glass?

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The glass is a brittle and hard material, while metal is a ductile and malleable material. But now people have a material that is unbreakable, which is called metallic glass. Metal glass combines the advantages of metal and glass and overcomes their disadvantages. For example, it can be used as an ideal material for power […]

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What are the main Military Structural Materials?

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With the development of modern science, the technology of weapon equipment is becoming more and more intensive and it is changing from mechanized war to information war. Therefore, the higher and newer requirements have been put forward for military materials. Magnesium alloy As the lightest engineering metal material, magnesium alloys have a series of unique […]

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What Refractory Metals are commonly used in Vacuum Systems?

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Refractory metal refers to the metals with a certain reserve and the melting point of which is higher than 1650 ℃. Refractory metals include tungsten, tantalum, molybdenum, niobium, hafnium, chromium, vanadium, zirconium and titanium. Rhenium also has a high melting point, but its reserves are too small, and most of it is used in high-temperature […]

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How Does the Ultrasonic Cleaning Machine Work in All Walks of Life?

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Due to the unparalleled superiority over other physical or chemical cleaning, ultrasonic cleaning is widely used in the service industry, electronics industry, medicine industry, laboratory, machinery industry, hard alloy industry, chemical industry and other fields. Service industry Glasses and jewelry can be washed with ultrasonic wave, which is not only fast but also harmless; large […]

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An Overview of Nickel-titanium Alloys

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Nickel-titanium alloy, also known as nitinol, is a binary alloy made up of nickel and titanium, these two elements are roughly equal in the atomic percentage (Nitinol 55 and Nitinol 60 are very common). There are two different crystal structures in nickel-titanium alloy due to the change of temperature and mechanical stress, which called austenitic […]

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Why Can Beryllium Metal Be Applied for Missile?

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Beryllium is a material with relatively special performance, some properties of which are irreplaceable by any other metal materials,especially nuclear properties and physical properties. Beryllium mainly concentrated in the nuclear industry, the application scope of weapon system, aerospace industry, X-ray instrument, electronic information systems, automotive industry, household electrical appliances and other fields. As the research […]

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How Refractory Metals were Discovered and Developed?

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Refractory metals are referred to elements or alloys with melting points over 3002℉, such as tungsten, molybdenum, tantalum, niobium, titanium, zirconium, hafnium, vanadium, chromium, rhenium and alloys including tungsten alloys, molybdenum alloys, niobium alloys, titanium alloys, vanadium alloys, chrome alloys, rhenium alloys, chromium and zirconium alloys, tantalum and button alloys, etc. Refractory metals usually can […]

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What are the Characteristics of Refractory Metal?

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Definition of Refractory Metal Refractory metals are referred to metals with melting points over 3632°F and certain amounts of reserves, including tungsten, tantalum, molybdenum, niobium, hafnium, chromium, vanadium, zirconium and titanium. Usually refractory metals have great densities and weigh heavily. With refractory metal as matrix, the alloys added with other elements are called refractory metal […]

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