What are Mo2C Evaporation Materials and Nanomaterials?

What is Molybdenum Carbide?

Molybdenum Carbide
Mo2C
CAS Number: 12069-89-5
Melting point: 2692℃
Crystal Structure: Hexagonal
Color: Black

Molybdenum Carbide (Mo2C) is a hexagonal lattice, also a face-centered cubic lattice. It shows a higher melting point and high hardness, good thermal stability and mechanical stability, excellent corrosion resistance.

What are the Molybdenum Carbide Applications?

Molybdenum carbide powder can be used as a coating material (Molybdenum Carbide (Mo2C) Evaporation Materials), can also be used as the added material, widely used in various high temperature, abrasion, and chemical resistance. Molybdenum carbide is usually used as a coating material with its high hardness, abrasion resistance, and high-temperature resistance properties. Molybdenum carbide can also be added to the cermet to improve its performance and also often used in enhanced phase alloy.

Molybdenum carbide shows catalyst activity in some chemical reactions, like dehydrogenation of hydrocarbons, hydrogenolysis, and isomerization. It's comparable with platinum and iridium, known as the "quasi-platinum catalyst."

At the same time, its low price compared to the precious metal, excellent resistance to sulfur poisoning, leads to its broad application prospects in the area of the catalyst. Molybdenum carbide as an excellent catalyst material must have a high specific surface area. Micro molybdenum carbide will be a good option for this application.

Conclusion 

Thank you for reading our article and we hope it can help you learn how to improve the properties of Molybdenum carbide well. If you want to know more about Molybdenum carbide and other refractory metals and alloys, we would like to advise you to visit Stanford Advanced Materials (SAM) for more information.

Stanford Advanced Materials (SAM) is a worldwide supplier of Molybdenum carbide and has over two decades of experience in the manufacture and sale of Molybdenum products, offering high-quality molybdenum carbide to meet customers' R&D and production needs. As such, we are confident that SAM will be your favorite Molybdenum carbide supplier and business partner.

About the author

Chin Trento

Chin Trento holds a bachelor’s degree in applied chemistry from the University of Illinois. His educational background gives him a broad base from which to approach many topics. He has been working with writing advanced materials for over four years in Stanford Advanced Materials (SAM). His main purpose in writing these articles is to provide a free, yet quality resource for readers. He welcomes feedback on typos, errors, or differences in opinion that readers come across.

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