Tungsten disulfide uses

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Tungsten dioxide is an common compound of tungsten, sulfur. It is composed one tungsten atom as well as two sulfur atoms. Tungsten Disulfide Chemical Formula Is WS2. It has great thermodynamic and optoelectronic properties.
Tungsten disulfide Properties
Low friction
The dynamic coefficient (WS2) of tungsten dioxide is 0.030. While the static coefficient ranges from 0.070 to 0.90, it is between 0.070 and 0.090. The results can be affected by pressure, surface finish, and surface hardness. The results of extensive, continuous, real-time wear show little to no change over time unless extreme overload conditions are applied.

Chemistry stability
Tungsten diulfide (WS2) has a non-toxic, inert nature and is also non-corrosive. You can apply WS2 to any stable metal substrate. It does not react to most solvents. The fluorine and sulfuric acids, hydrofluoric acid, as well hot caustic solutions can cause erosion. While WS2 has a high resistance to corrosion, it is not able to prevent corrosion from inherently weak materials.

The WS2 can be used to make petrochemical oil and greases, silicone lubricants, hydraulic oils, and synthetic oils. This oil has a natural affinity for lubricants. It strives to preserve the fluid power level.

High operating temperatures
WS2 operates at temperatures ranging from -460 F to 1200 F in normal air and 2400 in vacuum. The threshold for oxidation is 825°F. This is a very low level compared to other oils. It also has very good exhaust characteristics. Because of its high resistance to heat, tungsten fluoride is great for fitting bolts, screws and shafts into engine exhaust systems on all makes and models of cars.

What’s tungsten disulfide for?
Petroleum catalyst:
Due to its outstanding cracking ability, high catalytic activities, and extended service life, WS2 can also be used as catalysts for hydrogenation, desulfurizations, polymerizations, reforming and hydroxylation.

A solid lubricant
The friction coefficient ranges between 0.01-0.03, with a compressive strength of up to 2100 MPa. This lubricant has many advantages, including a high lubrication temperature, low friction coefficient, good resistance to acid and alkali, and high corrosion resistance. It is also used for transportation of chemical active media and high temperature equipment.

As energy storage electrode material:
WS2 refers to a type layered material that is interconnected by WMurS and van der Waals forces between layers. The distance between the layers is medium. This gives it good thermochemical stability, high storage performance, fast electron transfer rates, and excellent energy density.

Chip transistors
Low-dimensional semiconductor materials made from transition metals such as WS2 can be used to make semiconductor devices capable of more data processing and storage.

A high-performance additive for lubricating oil.
Research has shown that adding the appropriate amount of WS2 to the oil can significantly improve its lubrication performance, decrease the friction coefficient by 20-50%, increase oil film strength and reduce friction coefficients by between 20%-50%. The lubrication performance of WS2 nanoparticles is superior to that of Nano-MoS2.

Tungsten disulfide Price
Price is affected by several factors, such as the demand and supply in the market and industry trends. Economic activity and market sentiment are also important.
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