Introduction to Titanium Carbide TiC Powder

A Brief Introduction Titanium Carbide TiC Powder Titanium carbide also known as TiC is a common transition metal carbide, with a NaCl-type cubic crystal structure. a high melting point, high hardness as well as a high Young's Modulus, excellent mech…

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MAX Special Ceramics Material Titanium Aluminum Carbide Ti2AlC Powder

Item No.: Tr-Ti2AlC Titanium aluminum carbide is a new ternary layered structure ceramic material, which has unique properties, and has been widely concerned by both material scientists and physicists. Purity: 99%Particle Size:…

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Titanium Carbide Nanoparticles Nano TiC Powder CAS 12070-08-5

Item No.: Tr-TiC nanoparticles Titanium carbide nanoparticles are insoluble in water and have high chemical stability. It can be dissolved in aqua regia, nitric acid, hydrofluoric acid, and soluble in alkaline oxide solution.Purity: 99%Parti…

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Titanium aluminum carbide Ti3AlC2 Max

Item No.: TR-Ti3AlC2 Ti3AlC2 is a new type of ternary layered ceramic material with unique properties that has attracted wide attention from materials scientists and physicists.Particle size: 5-10 micronsPurity: 99%…

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Titanium Carbide TiC Powder CAS 12070-08-5

Item No.: TR-TiC The chemical formula TiC has a molecular weight of 59.89. Grey powder, usually used for making cemented carbide, also used as electrode and abrasive of arc lamp.Particle Size: 50nm, 1um, 5-10umPurity: 99%…

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Humanity will Re-enter the Ceramic Age from the Steel Age

Ceramic materials refer to a class of inorganic non-metal materials made of natural or synthetic compounds through shaping and high-temperature sintering. It has the advantages of high melting point, high hardness, high wear resistance, and oxidation…

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MAX Special Ceramics Material Titanium Tin Carbide Ti2SnC Powder

Item No.: Tr-Ti2SnC Ti2SnC has high fracture toughness, high elastic modulus, high strength and high thermal shock resistance.Purity: 99%Particle Size: 325 mesh…

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MAX Special Ceramics Material Titanium Silicon Carbide Ti3SiC2 Powder

Item No.: Tr-Ti3SiC2 Titanium silicon carbide (Ti3SiC2) has good electrical conductivity, thermal conductivity, high temperature strength, oxidation resistance and thermal shock resistance.Purity: 99%Particle Size: 325 mesh…

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What is Titanium carbide used for?

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What are Titanium carbide nanoparticles used for?

Nano titanium carbide is one of the transition metal carbides with the highest hardness, but its brittleness is not suitable for pure use. They are added to tungsten-based cemented carbide at 5-30% by weight to increase hardness and high temperature…

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How is titanium carbide made?

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