Molybdenum is a silvery transition metal. It has a very high resistance to corrosion and an extremely high melting point. It has an atomic number of 42, an atomic mass of 95.96, a density of 10.22 g/cm3, and a melting point of 2623°C. Molybdenum metal lies in the second transition series of the periodic table […]
TZM Alloy vs Pure Molybdenum Molybdenum is a transition element with a high melting point, high density (10.23g/cm³), good thermal conductivity, low thermal expansion coefficient, and resistivity, etc. Due to its excellent properties, it is widely used in the steel industry, mold industry, automobile spraying, and other industries. TZM alloy is a common high-temperature alloy in […]
What Makes Molybdenum A Strategic Metal? Molybdenum is a transition metal element, silver-white, not corroded by air at room temperature, and does not react with hydrochloric acid or hydrofluoric acid. Molybdenum metal is regarded as a strategic metal by many countries. Why? What makes Molybdenum a strategic metal? In this article, we will try to find the answer. […]
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