Zirconium is a very strong, malleable, ductile, lustrous silver-gray metal, similar to hafnium and titanium. It is flammable in powder form, and highly resistant to corrosion and heat. Zirconium is a high corrosion-resistant metal that is us used for many products. Some include pumps, valves, nuclear applications, chemical processing, reactor vessels, heat exchangers and more.
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With the rapid development of iron and steel industry and the requirement of improving the performance of electronic components, zirconia refractories are more and more applied, among which metallurgical industry uses the most and has the most characteristics in the electronics industry. Zirconia is a very stable refractory oxide, and the relevant research shows that […]
As a new material, zirconium-containing materials have been rapidly developed in the last decade or so. In the field of refractory materials, natural zirconium-containing mineral materials and artificial zirconium oxide and composite oxide raw materials have also been widely used, which are used to make various kinds of zirconium refractory with good performance. Zirconium-containing raw […]
The naming of zirconium is based on zircon. As early as a few centuries ago, zircon has been used as jewelry. The bible said that zircon is one of the 12 kinds of precious stones worn by the high priest of Israel. Zircon has all kinds of beautiful color from orange to red, colorless zircon […]
When of sufficient purity, zirconium is soft and ductile. It has good corrosion resistance and low absorption capacity for thermal neutrons. These properties are desirable in materials used for certain parts of nuclear reactors. The great increase in production of zirconium since 1945 has been the direct result of construction of nuclear reactors. Zirconium is […]
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