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Molybdenum alloys

This material could be used in a pure state (Mo) or in distinct types of alloys. Following we analize the properties and the advantages of each one of the Molybdenum alloys.

 

Molybdenum and molybdenum alloys properties

1. Pure Molybdenum:

  • High melting point and high elastic modulus.
  • Low and resistor and vapor pressure.
  • Good heat resistance, thermal conductivity and thermal expansion coefficient.

2. TZM Alloy (Titanio-Zirconio-Molibdeno)

Compared with pure molybdenum, TZM alloy has following advantages:

  • Better heat resistance.
  • Higher recrystallization temperature.
  • Good creep resistance and weldability.

3. MHC Alloy (Molybdenum-Hafnium-Carbon)

MHC alloy has the following advantages which compared with TZM alloy :

  • Better creep resistance;
  • Higher heat resistance and recrystallization temperature.

4. MoLa Alloy (Molybdenum-Llanthanum)

MLa alloy compared with pure molybdenum has the following advantages:

  • Better creep resistance and welding performance;
  • Higher recrystallization temperature and higher thermal resistance.
  • Good plasticity after high temperature use.

5. MY Alloy (Molybdenum-Yttrium)

MY alloy compared with pure molybdenum has the following advantages:

  • Better oxidation resistance.
  • Higher recrystallization temperature.
  • Good weldability and molding.
  • Good adhesion with melted glass.

6. MW Alloy (Molybdenum-Tungsten)

MW alloy compared to pure molybdenum alloy has the following advantages:

  • Good resistance to molten metal corrosion interaction.
  • Higher recrystallization temperature and hardness.

7. MCu Alloy (Molybdenum-Copper)

MCu alloy has the following advantages:

  • Good thermal conductivity and thermal expansion.

Applications:

 

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Find out more about applications of the molybdenum and its different alloys here.

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