Titanium carbide (TiC) is an extremely hard refractory ceramic material similar to tungsten carbide, and registers 9-9.5 on the Mohs scale. It appears as black […]Continue reading
Tin IV Selenide
A typical layered metal chalcogenide, containing a group 16 anion (Se2-) and an electropositive element (Sn2+), tin iv selenide is a narrow band gap semiconductor […]Continue reading
SSS Sodium P-styrene Sulfonate CAS 2695-37-6
About Sodium p-styrene sulfonate:Sodium p-styrene sulfonate has the characteristics of rich and fine foam, low degreasing power, low irritation to skin and hair, and good […]Continue reading
Silicon Nitride Material Properties
silicon nitride material properties include high strength and fracture toughness at room temperature, as well as good thermal shock resistance and oxidation resistance. These characteristics […]Continue reading
Titanium diboride: the New Raw Material for Industrial Ceramics
Titanium Diboride Pulp Titanium Diboride Puffer (TiB2), is a nonoxide ceramic. It’s a great candidate for high temperature structural applications due to its outstanding conductivity […]Continue reading
What is Stronger Than Diamond?
For centuries, diamonds have held a reputation for being the hardest material on Earth. But according to new research, a mineral called lonsdaleite may be […]Continue reading
Formula Aluminum Nitride
Aluminum nitride (also known as AlN or AIN) is a common ceramic material for many different industrial applications. It has several desirable properties that make […]Continue reading
What are Silicon Nitride Properties?
Silicon nitride can be considered an essential engineering clay. High temperatures give silicon nitride excellent mechanical properties. These include low density and high bending strength. […]Continue reading
The Difference between Hydrogen Production from Pellet and Magnesium Pellet
How hydrogen production differs 1. The micro-pore sustained-release technology used to produce hydrogen in hydrogen-rich water porcelain is effective for long-term production. However, magnesium particles […]Continue reading
What is Zirconium Silicide ZrSi2 Powder?
Introduction to Zirconium Silicide Zi2 powder Zirconium silicide The chemical formula ZrSi2 is zirconium silicide. This is a metallic gray rhombic, glossy crystal with a […]Continue reading