What is Molybdenum Carbide Mo2C Powder?

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Introduction to Molybdenum Mo2C Powder The molecular formula molybdenum carbide Mo2C is a Molecular Weight of 203.88 with a Carbon Content of 5.89%. It is a dark gray metallic dust that crystallizes into dense hexagonal lattices. The melting point is 2690 and the density is 9.18g/cm3.
This new material is a type of functional material with high melting points and hardness, good mechanical and thermal stability, and good resistance to corrosion. It has been extensively used in many fields such as high-temperature resistance, friction resistance and chemical resistance.
With similar electronic structure and catalytic properties to noble metals, it can be widely used as catalysts for reactions involving hydrogens, such as isomerization of alkanes, hydrogenation of unsaturated hydrocarbons, hydrodesulfurization, and denitrification. High hardness, wear resistance and abrasion resistant. It is an important component of molybdenum-molybdenum carbide hard coating and other cermet coatings, and can also be used as wear-resistance and scratch resistance coating.

Structure of Molybdenum Carbide Mo2C
The interstitial structure of metallic carbides is generally accepted. Normal gap alloys have metal atoms arranged in forms like face-centered cubic, hexagonal dense stack (HCP), or simple hexagonal. Nonmetallic atoms enter the spaces between the metal atoms. The most common gap between metal atoms is the triangular prism or octahedral. Both electronic and geometrical factors influence the crystal structure for metallic carbides. Hagg’s empirical rule can be used to describe the geometrical factors. A simple crystal structure is created when the atomic proportion of nonmetal metal is lower that 0.59. While metallic carbides may have simple crystal structures but few compounds have the exact same crystal structure as their parent metals, it is interesting. The molybdenum-molybdenum metal, for example, has a body-centered cubic structure. However, its stable carbides, which have a hexagonal compact piling structure, and carbon dioxides, which have a cube cube shape, have a face center. The electron factor is another factor that affects the crystal structure in gap alloys. The cooperation between the SP-D orbital and the nonmetallic orbital of a metal atom is what results in bonding.
Molybdenum Carbide Mo2C Powder Properties
Other names dimolybdenum carbide
CAS No. 12069-89-5
Formula compound Mo2C
Molecular Weight 203.89
Appearance gray powder
Melting Point 2690
Boiling Point N/A
Density 9.18g/cm3
Solubility of H2O Insoluble
Exact Mass N/A
Molybdenum Molybdenum Carbide Mo2C powder CAS 12069-89-5

Molybdenum carbide Mo2C Powder: Applications
1. Nano molybdenum carbonide can be used as a coating or as an additive. Additionally, it is used in the manufacture of particle reinforced alloys.
2. Molybdenum carbide has an electronic structure and catalytic property similar to precious metals. This includes the catalytic activity for hydrogen denitrification, hydrolysis and isomerization reactions.
Molybdenum carbide is in phase in many ways with platinum-group noble metallics. Molybdenum carbide’s hydrogenation activity, which is comparable to Pt, Pd and other precious materials, is expected to replace precious metals.
4. can make chromium free special alloys and engineering ceramics. Useful for hard tool materials, wear-resistant material and heating material.
5, used in the production of the semiconductor film and wear-resistant films. It can also be used to make molybdenum caride. It can be used in the manufacture of special alloys and engineering clays without chromium.

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