High Purity Tungsten Carbide WC Powder Cas 12070-12-1, 99% | 3pdm


Dec 31, 2022

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Tungsten carbide, made of tungsten or carbon, is a compound. The molecular structure of Tungsten Carbide is WC with a molecularweight of 195.85. Particle Size: 325mesh Purity: 99% About Tungsten Carbide WC Powder: Tungsten-carbid composes of tungsten and carbon. Tungsten-carbid Molecular Weight: 195.85 Tungsten color:This is the most basic version of tungsten caride. Although it’s a fine grey powder, it can still be used in cutting and jewelry tools. Young’s modulus ranges between 530 and 700 GPa (77,000-102,000 ksi). This gives tungsten caride a stiffness that is roughly twice that of iron. You can use it for polishing or finishing, but only cubic boron (-Al2O3) and diamond dust are allowed. Also made from tungsten is tungstencarbid rings. tungstenCarbid mens rings. tungsten Carbide Wedding Bands. tungsten Carbide Mens Wedding Bands. Tungsten Carbide Rings Price Is cheaper than Gold or Platinum. Additionally, tungsten carbide is available in many styles, colors and inlays like Black tungsten Caride Rings and Taniten carbide Rings gold. Black, tungsten caride hexagonal crystals have a metallic luster that is comparable to the hardness of diamonds. It is excellent at conducting electricity and heat. Tungsten Carbide is not easily soluble, however, in water and hydrochloric or sulfuric acids. It can also be readily dissolved in hydrofluoric acid and mixed acid of nitrogen and hydrofluoric. It is extremely fragile if pure tungsten carbonide is added. Tungsten carbonide is used to make steel cutters. Sometimes, it’s added with titanium or tantalum caride. Tungsten carbide is chemically inert. Tungsten carbide is used in the production of cemented carbide. For bulk orders of tungsten cabride powder, send an inquiry. Tungstencaride WC powder Performance : Black hexagonal Crystals. Tungstencaride WC powder Technical parameters – Molecular Weight Total Carbon Free   Carbon 99.95 195.86 6.13-6.18 0.05 0.05 0.001 0.0003 0.0015 0.0005 Cu 0.005 0.0003 0.015 0.002 0.001 0.002 0.003 0.001 0.0003 Si Ti V Co 0.0005 0.0015 0.0003 0.001 0.001 0.005 0.01 0.001 0.001 Tungsten Carbide, WC Powder how is it made? Use metal tungsten as raw materials. The tungsten powder has a particle size range of 3 to 5. Carbon black with the same particles is made. This tungsten can then be dried mixed and press-molded. W2C in the hydrogen stream is initial produced. Then, it reacts at high temperatures to form WC. In other words, tungsten carbonyl is first thermally decomposed in the CO atmosphere at 650-1000°C to yield tungsten. It then reacts with carbon monoxide, at 1150°C, to form WC. W2C can also be created at temperatures above this point. Here is the chemical reaction formula 2W + C =W2C W + C = WC In order to produce tungsten powder, the tungsten trioxide W3 is hydrogenated. This mixture (containing tungsten powder, carbon black) in an equal ratio is dried-blended using a ballmill for around 10 hours. It then gets press-formed with pressure about 1t/cm2. Use the pressurized materials block to make WC. This is because W2C, which is the first reaction product, is produced around the tungsten particles. However, due to low reaction temperatures, unreacted W, intermediate W2C, and WC remain. This means that it should be heated up to the previously mentioned high temperature. The raw tungsten particle size should dictate the maximum temperature. Reactions with coarse particles, which have an average of around 150 m in particle size, proceed at temperatures up to 1550-1650°C. Here is the chemical reaction formula WO3 + 3H2 → W + 3H2O 2WO3 + 3C → 2W + 3CO2 2W + C = WC2C W + C = WC Applications of Tungsten Carbide and WC Powder: Tungsten Carbide is widely used for high-speed cutting and other purposes such as furnace structural materials. These are used for the production of cutting tools, wear resistance parts, meltingcrucibles (for metals like copper and cobalt) and wear-resistant silicon films. Tungsten carbide is used in super-hard tool materials and wear-resistant materials. Tungsten carbide can create solid solutions when combined with many other types of carbides. WC-TiC-Co-cemented caride tools have been extensively used. Tungsten carbide can also be used in modified additions to NbC_C and TaC_C ternary-system carbides. This allows for a lower sintering heat and excellent performance. You could use it in aerospace applications. Tungsten carbide (WC), can also easily be produced by using tungsten anihydride, (WO3) and graphite under a low atmosphere at a temperature of 1400-1600. The hot press sintering process or hot isostatic pressing can yield dense ceramic products. Tungsten Carbide (WC), powder can be also used to create high capacity nano-crystalline or ultrafine horniness, abrasion resistance spraying and catalyst, chipless forming and cutting tools, mining tolls, and 3pdm -composites for enhanced hardness and strength. Tungstencaride WC powder Storage condition: Tungsten carbonide WC powder dispersion performances and using effects. Therefore, niobium carbid NbC powder should always be vacuum packed and stored in a cool dry area. NbC powder should also be avoided when under stress. Packing & Shipping Tungstencaride WC powder – There are many kinds of packaging that can be used depending on the NbC-powder quantity. Tungsten carbonide WC powder packaging vacuum packed, 1kg/bag 25kg/barrel and as per your request Tungsten-carbid WC powder shipping sends out via sea, air and express, once the payment is received. Advanced material 3pdm. 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Tungsten Carbide Properties

tungsten(IV) carbide, WC powder 12070-12-1 Molecular Weigh 195.86 Appearance Gray Powder Melting Point 2870 Boiling Point 6000 Density 15 g/cm3 Solubility H2O N/A Electro Resistivity 1 10x Ω-m Poisson’s Raised 0.24 280 J/kg-K Tensile Force 350 mpa Heat Conductivity 85 W/m-K Thermal Expansion 5.4 µm/m-K Young’s Mode Exact N/A

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