Molybdenum Carbide (Mo2C) Micron Powder
Molybdenum carbide (Mo2C) is an extremely hard refractory ceramic material. It has a very high melting point (2687℃) and has a density of 8.9 g/cm3, approximately. Molybdenum carbide powder appears in dark grey color. Molybdenum carbide powder has high hardness, good thermal and mechanical stability, and excellent corrosion resistance. By these properties of Molybdenum Carbide, Mo2C micron powders are good choice to be used as coating material and as additive. For the applications desired high chemical resistance molybdenum carbide powders are useful. Since Mo2C powders are hard materials, they are used in tool bits for cutting tools. They can be used as coating material and as additive. Besides, they can be used in high temperatures, abrasions, and chemical resistant conditions. Certain components subject to extreme wear and heat can be produced from molybdenum carbide powder, such as tool bits for commercial cutting devices, turbine blades, and other similar surfaces.