Zirconium Carbide – High Hardness And Excellent High Temperature Refractory Material

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What are the properties of zirconium caride? The zirconium carbonide dust is gray-black. It has a NaCI-type cubic, face-centered structure and the lattice consistency is 0.4685nm. Zirconium carbide is electrically conductive, conductive, paramagnetic. ZrC powder is also known for its high melting point and hardness. Zirconium caride can be insoluble or soluble with water. The temperature at which the oxidation reactions begin is 300°C. Zirconium carbonide ceramic is an extremely hard material that exhibits good chemical stability. It also has good resistance to high temperatures, corrosion resistance and wear resistance. This ceramic is an excellent high-temperature structure material, superhard tool material, and surface protection material. Because it has exceptional thermal conductivity it can be used in cutting tools, armor materials, hardfacing electrodes, and other applications.

Where is zirconium carbonide applied?

Zirconium-carbide used in cemented caride Zirconium carbide is a valuable high-temperature structural metal with high melting points and high strength. This material has many applications in cemented carbide due to its excellent properties. Zirconium carbonide for ceramic composite materials The strengthening phase zirconium carbonide is used to prevent dislocations from moving or stabilise grain boundaries. Additionally, it limits the slippage and climbing of movable dilocations. This material has many potential applications. Zirconium Caride is used in high-temperature coating Zirconium carbid has an extremely high melting point, and it forms dense oxide layers on the surface at very high temperatures. This can reduce the diffusion rate for oxygen into the matrix, and thus can be used as thermal insulation and high-temperature coating. Zirconium carbonide is used for nuclear materials-barrier material to cover nuclear fuel particle SiC coated fuel particles are commonly used in the atomic industry. But, SiC coverings will become thermally decomposed at temperatures above 1700. A phase transition between SiC and SiC will take place and it will quickly lose its mechanical properties. Zirconium cadmium for functional materials Zirconium carbid has both the ability to absorb visible light efficiently and reflect infrared. By absorbing 95% sunlight below 2 m in short-wavelength energy, this material can store the energy through thermal transformation. It also has the property of reflecting infrared wavelengths beyond 2 m. Advanc3dmaterials advanced materials Tech Co., Ltd (Advanc3dmaterials), a zirconium carbide expert with over 12 year experience in developing and researching chemical products, is now incorporated. We can help you find high-quality zirconium carbide.
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