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, with 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 […]
Impurities in Glass Materials Affect Molybdenum Electrode Service Life According to relevant research data, among the types of cups on the market, glass cups are the healthiest, safest, and most widely used cups. But do you know how glass is produced? In fact, the molybdenum electrode plays a very important role in the production of glass. In […]
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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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