Silicon Nitride properties
Si3N4 describes the molecular structure of silicon nitride. Si is responsible for 60.06% while dint N makes up for 39.94%. Si3N4 is strong because of the covalent bonds between N and Si (of which only 30% are ion bonds), and has high hardness (9 More hardness 9), high melting points and stable structures.
Si-N crystals of silicon nitride are mainly composed of covalent bonds. Because the bonding strength and bonding strength are high, they have a large elastic module (4.7 x105kg/cm2). Although the coefficient of thermal extension is very low, it is high in thermal conductivity. It is therefore difficult to generate thermal stress. The material has excellent thermal shock resistance as well as good thermal shock resistant. The material has good toughness and low mechanical stress at high temperatures. It also exhibits small amounts of deformation at higher temperatures. At 1200 x 1000h the silicon nitride calcimic ceramic has a 2.5g/cm3 dense and is deformed at high temperatures of 0.5%. This also applies to 23 x 7.kg/cm2 (load). It is resistant to oxidation, and provides good insulation.
Silicon nitride does not melt and is sublimated and decomposes under 1900 atmospheric pressure. The specific heat of silicon nitride is 7111.8J/kg. A phase’s microhardness is 1016GPa while the phase in b is 24.532.65GPa. The strong covalent bonds compound means that no liquid phase is formed below the temperature at which it was decomposed (around 1900). Silicon nitride materials are therefore able to be sintered by using oxide additives. The main oxide materials which promote sintering, are Al2O3, Y2O3, etc. and the highest addition can reach 20 percent. It is a reaction process where the SiO2 oxide layer on silicon particles reacts with the additional oxide to create liquid phase. The grain boundary permeates the liquid phase to allow for good diffusion to enable material migration.
Chemical stability of Silicon Nitride
Si3N4 can be used as a thermodynamically stable material. Silicon nitride ceramics may be used as high as 1400 degrees in an oxygen atmosphere, and up to 1850 degrees in a neutral or reducing environment. Si3N4’s oxidation reaction occurs at temperatures above 800C.
A dense layer of silica protection was slowly formed over the surface. This prevented Si3N4 from further oxidization. Up to 1600 degrees was the threshold at which weight gained was visible. In humid environments, Si3N4 is much more difficult to oxidize. Surface oxidization begins at 200. This is twice the speed of dry air. Si3N4 in water vapour has an oxidation activation energetic that is lower than the one in oxygen or air. This is because Si3N4 can be reacted with water vapor through SiO2 films.
Silicon nitride does not react to corrosion. Cu solution cannot be eroded by vacuum, inert atmosphere, or Mg. Silicon solution can weakly react with Si3N4, and silicon solution can wet Si3N4 to form silicide. This allows silicon nitride to rapidly decompose, and also escapes N2. While Si3N4 can withstand alloy solutions like brass, aluminum, nickel and hard steels, it does not corrode well to Ni-Cr and stainless steel.
Other than molten NaOH, HF and Si3N4, silicon nitride exhibits good resistance to chemical corrosion. Si3N4 is able to interact with most alkali, salt, and molten acids that can decompose the silicon nitride.
Silicon Nitride for Refractories.
High temperature ceramics made of silicon nitride are known for their promise as promising materials. They have excellent properties at high temperatures, including high heat strength, wear resistance and corrosion resistance. The strong covalent bond at high temperatures and low diffusion coefficient make Si3N4 ceramics difficult to manufacture. The limitations of equipment and production cost are not easily accepted by the metallurgical sector. This means that research into refractories is often late in its development and does not go deep. While there are many theories based on ceramics there isn’t much in the way of innovation. In the past, silicon Nitride was found as a bonding component in refractories. Fine powder was combined with aggregates like corundum and silicon carbide by nitriding metal Si. This allowed for the combination of refractory materials. Part of the fine powder and silicon carbide aggregate ceramic shed plate are made from fine powder. The nitriding of Si metal to create silicon nitride forms silicon nitride. Combining silicon carbide with silicon nitride is what results in silicon nitride-bonded silicon carbide material. This material can be used for blast furnace bodies and other applications. The material’s performance has been significantly improved. It is much more stable than clay-bonded silicon caride shed plate. The high temperature performance solves bulging problems caused by the oxidation.
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