Tungsten Metal Has Facilitated The Development Of The Aerospace Industry Space, once the arena of great power rivalry, now depends on international co-operation for its costly endeavor. The aerospace industry represents the economic, military, and technological level of a country, and is also an important symbol of a country’s comprehensive national strength and national defense […]
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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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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What Are the Uses of Tantalum and Its Alloys? Tantalum is the third most refractory metal, with a melting point of 2980℃, only after tungsten and rhenium. Besides, tantalum also has other excellent properties like low vapor pressure, good cold workability, high chemical stability, strong resistance to liquid metal corrosion, and large dielectric constant of […]
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What Can Rhenium Be Used For? Rhenium is classified as a scarce refractory metal. It has the second-highest melting point of any of the metals and has a relatively high density. Rhenium is produced as a powder from molybdenite, which also contains rhenium sulfide. The rhenium powder is consolidated by pressing and resistance sintering in […]
Top 10 Materials with the Highest Melting Point in the World Want to know what materials have very high melting points? You’ve come to the right place. In this article, we will introduce the materials with the highest melting point in the world – top 10. 1. Tantalum Hafnium Carbide Alloy (3990℃) Tantalum hafnium carbide […]
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What Are Refractory Metals? Refractory metals are different. As a group, they provide a number of unique characteristics – such as resistance to high heat, corrosion, and wear – making them useful in a multitude of applications. The next time you climb into your automobile take note that you are surrounded by components that are […]
Which Elements Have the Highest Melting Point? As we all know, the melting point is the temperature at which substance converts from solid-state to liquid state. Some of the metals show very high melting points at least 2,000 degrees Celsius, and they also have very high physical strength. These metals are named as refractory metals. […]
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What Is Rhenium Metal Powder Used to Make? Only tungsten and carbon have higher melting points. Rhenium has good wear resistance and it can withstand arc corrosion. It is soluble in nitric and sulphuric acids. Applications for the metal include its use as an alloying element with tungsten. The rhenium powder is a light-gray metal […]
How Refractory Metals were Discovered and Developed? In today’s article, we’ll take a look at how refractory metals were discovered and developed. 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 […]
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