Low-cost Tungsten Carbide Production Method Developed By A Russian University Researchers at Tomsk Polytechnic University (TPU) in Russia have developed a method that can produce tungsten carbide and other superhard materials in a non-vacuum environment and can use waste carbide drill bits, tools, and other tungsten carbide waste materials as raw materials. It is more […]
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What Are The Important Applications Of Silicon Carbide? We have gained a lot of benefits from the applications 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 widen the application range of silicon carbide, the R&D personnel of silicon […]
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’s Silicon Carbide And How To Produce It? Silicon carbide (SiC) is an interesting material that has found applications 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 bandgap semiconductor for high power, high-temperature electronic devices. The […]
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