Tantalum carbid is a white metal-like cubic cubic crystalline product that falls under the category of sodium chloride. Tantalum carbide has been used in the past to stop cemented carbide-sintered grain growth.
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Tantalum-Carbide TaC Powder
It is a metallic cubic, crystalline powder. This forms a binary chemical compound of carbon and tantalum. They are fragile and extremely hard refractory ceramic material with high metallic conductivity. They are typically sintered to make brownish-gray, powder-like particles. It is a sodium chloride-type cubic crystal. Presently, tantalum carbid is used in the cemented carbide sintered seed grain growth inhibitor. This has a notable effect on grain growth and has a density at 14.3g/cm3.
Tantalum caride is not soluble or soluble at all in water. It is resistant to oxidation and can be easily melted with potassium pyrosulfate. Tantalum carbid has high electrical conductivity. At room temperature it is resistant to 30O and shows superconducting qualities. Tantalum carbonide is used in powder metalurgical, the cutting of ceramics and chemical vapor desposition. You can use the golden-yellow sintered body made of tantalum caride as watch decorations.
This complex combination of covalent elements and metal ions makes the bond between tantalum carbide atoms and carbon atoms very strong. TaC is a good example. It has a microhardness range of 1600 to 2000 km/mm2 (9mH), an elastic modulus between 285gPa and 110kg/mm2. Tantalum, on the other hand, has equivalent values at 186gPa. TAC has a higher carbon content, which increases hardness and yield stress.
When tungsten carbide alloy is being used in cutting applications, it may be added as tantalum carbonide.
Tantalum carbide melting point
Tantalum carbide's melting point is 3880°C depending on how pure it is and what measurement conditions are used. This value is among the most valuable binary compounds. The melting point for tantalum carbide ha is about 3942degC higher than that of carbideclam, which has an equivalent melting point to TaC.
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Technical specifications of Tantalum Carbide TaC powder
CAS Number: 12070-06-3
TaC powder true density: 13.9g/cm3 Tantalum carbide
Bulk density of Tantalum carbide TaC (TaC) powder: 2.5g/cm3.
Crystal Structure of the Tantalum carbide TaC Powder: Cubic
Tantalum carbide TaC powder: 1000 nm. (Can be customized).
Tantalum carbide TaC Powder SSA: 15. m2/g
TaC powder purity: 9+% Tantalum carbide
TaC powder of Tantalum Carbide Solubility: insoluble
TaC powder Tantalum Caride TaC appearance: Black-gray, odorless
Tantalum carbide Properties:
Tantalum carbonide TaC (Mohs hardness 9.0-10) is a hard refractory clay material. It's used for tool bits that are designed to cut tools. Diamond can surpass this level of hardness.
It's a dark brown, dense powder, which is usually sintered.
This is often used in fine-crystalline additions to tungsten carbide alloys.
Tantalum carbonide is the only stoichiometric binary material with the highest melting point (3880degC) at 4150K and the lowest boiling point (5500 oC).
TaC0.89, a substoichiometric chemical has a melting point of 4270 K (4000degC).
How does Tantalum-Carbide TaC Powder get made?
Tac powder is made by heating graphite powder and adding it to a vacuum. Heat was used to heat the powder at approximately 2000°C using an oven or arc melting. An alternative method involves heating carbon tantalum dioxide in a vacuum or hydrogen atmosphere to reduce the temperature. However, this technology does not allow for thermometrically controlled control over the product. TAC directly is made from the component through self-propagating, high-temperature synthesizing.
Tantalum Carbide Uses
Carbide, capacitors and electronic components are the main applications of tantalum caride. In order to improve the physical properties, carbides are commonly added to the powder wear of tungsten carbide/cobalt (WC/CO) to increase their effectiveness in sintering.
Tantalum carbide is also used to inhibit the formation of large particles in order to achieve optimum hardness.
You can also use it as steel mold coatings for aluminum alloy injection moulding. This provides hard wear-resistant and low friction surfaces.
You can also use carbides to create sharp instruments with high mechanical resistance and hardness. Tantalum carbide can be also used for the following:
Tintalum carbide plays a key role in cemented carbide. The alloy's properties are improved by increasing fibrous tissue and phase conversion kinetics. Alloys have higher strength and stability.
2. Electronic industry
While Natunction shares many benefits with carbide nanomaterials, it has its own special side. It has high hardness, 9-10 at normal temperature, and a high melting point of 3880 degrees C.
3. High-temperature Alloy
The melting of carbide is, preferably, a tantalum carbonide(TAC), (melting temperature 3890°C), and carbide/HFC (melting temperature 3880°C), then carbide/ZrC (melting temp 3500°C). The materials' mechanical properties are excellent at high temperatures.
TaC powder Tantalum carbide
TaC powder's dispersion and usage performance will be affected by the damp reunion. Tantalum carbide TaC should therefore be vacuum packed and kept in cool, dry rooms. Tantalum Carbide TaC Powder cannot be exposed to air. Ti2AlC should not be exposed to stress.
Shipping and Packing of Tantalum Caride TaC Powder
There are several types of packaging that can be used depending on the Tantalum carbid TaC powder amount.
Packaging of Tantalum Carbide TaC powder: Vacuum packaging, 100g,500g or 1kg/bag. 25kg/barrel. Or as requested.
Tantalum carbide TaC (tantalum powder) shipping: Could be shipped by sea, air or express, as long as the payment receipt has been received.
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