Molibdeno

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Properties:

Molybdenum

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

TZM moly

2. TZM Alloy (Titanium-Zirconium-Molybdenum)

Compared with pure molybdenum, TZM alloy has following advantages:

Better heat resistance;

Higher recrystallization temperature;

Good creep resistance and weldability

MHC

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

ml molyb

4. MLa Alloy (Molybdenum-Llanthanum)

MLa alloy compared with pure molybdenum has the following advantages:

Better creep resistance and welding performance;

Higher recrystallization temperature;

Good plasticity after high temperature used

my moly

5. MY Alloy (Molybdenum-Yttrium)

MY alloy compared with pure molybdenum has the following advantages:

Better oxidation resistance;

Higher recrystallization temperature;

Good weldability;

Good adhesion with glass sealing

mw moly

6. MW Alloy (Molybdenum-Tungsten)

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

Good resistance to molten metal corrosion resistance;

Higher recrystallization temperature and strength

Mcu Moly

7. MCu Alloy (Molybdenum-Copper)

MCu alloy has the following advantages:

Good thermal conductivity and thermal expansion

Applications:

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