We have gained a lot of benefits from the application of silicon carbide in the traditional field, but the raw materials of silicon carbide have more value for us to develop. In order to further improve the application rate of silicon carbide, the r&d personnel of silicon carbide technology is making continuous efforts and testing, […]
Tantalum Hafnium Carbide Alloy (3990℃) Tantalum hafnium carbide alloy (Ta4HfC5) actually refers to tantalum and hafnium pentacarbonate compound, which has the highest melting point among known compounds. It can be considered to be composed of two binary compounds, tantalum carbide (melting point 3983 ℃) and hafnium carbide (melting point 3928℃). Tantalum hafnium carbide alloys are […]
Silicon carbide (SiC) is an interesting material that has found application in a variety of industries. The two best known applications of this material are its use as an abrasive material and its more recent use as a wide band gap semiconductor for high power, high temperature electronic devices. The high hardness of this material, […]
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