What is Molybdenum Carbide Mo2C Powder

Molybdenum carbide Mo2C PowderThe molecular structure of Molybdenum carburide Mo2C has a molecular weight of 203.88. Its carbon content is 5.89%. This is a dark grey metallic powder that crystallizes in a dense hexagonal grid. The melting point is 2690.
It has been widely applied in the fields of chemical corrosion resistance, high temperature resistance, and friction resistance.
With similar electronic structure and catalytic properties to noble metals, it can be widely used as catalysts for reactions involving hydrogens, such as isomerization of alkanes, hydrogenation of unsaturated hydrocarbons, hydrodesulfurization, and denitrification. High hardness. Wear resistant, abrasion resistant. It is an important component of molybdenum-molybdenum carbide hard coating and other cermet coatings, and can also be used as wear-resistance and scratch resistance coating.

Structure of Molybdenum Carbide Mo2C
Metallic carbides can be considered as having an interstitial metal alloy structure. In normal gap alloys, the metal atoms can be arranged into forms like face-centered cubics (FCC), hexahedral dense stacks (HCP), or simple hexagonal (HEX), while nonmetallic atoms occupy the spaces in between. The most common gap types between metal atoms include triangular and octahedral prism. Crystal structure of metallic carbide is influenced by both geometrical factors and electronic ones. Hagg’s empirical rule can be used to describe the geometrical factor: when nonmetal ratios are less than 0.59 and metal ratios higher, a crystal structure with a simple form is formed. Even though metallic carbides tend to have simple crystal structures few of these compounds share the same crystal structure with their parent metals. The molybdenum alloy has a cubic structure centered on the body. Its stable carbides, however, have a hexagonal pile structure. Carbon oxides also have a cube centered structure centered on the face. The electron factor also determines the structure of the gap alloys. These compounds are bonded by the interaction between the S-P orbital and the S P-D orbital.

Molybdenum Carbide Mo2C Powder Properties
Other Names dimolybdenum carbide
CAS No. 12069-89-5
Compound Formula Mo2C
Molecular Weight 203.89
Appearance gray powder
Melting Point 2690
Boiling Point N/A
Density 9.18g/cm3
Solubility in Water Unsolvable
Exact Mass N/A

Molybdenum carbide Mo2C powder (CAS 12069-89-5

Molybdenum carbide Mo2C Powder: Applications
1. Nano molybdenum carburide can be used to coat surfaces and also as an additive. It is used to reinforce alloys with particles.
2. Molybdenum carburide is a catalytic material with similar catalytic and electronic properties as precious metals. It can be used for hydrogen denitrification reactions, hydrolysis and isomerization.
Molybdenum carburide is on the same wavelength as platinum-group metals. Molybdenum carbide is similar to platinum-group noble metals in many ways.
4. Can produce chromium free special alloys and engineering ceramics etc. As a hard tool material and wear-resistant material.
5 used in the production of wear resistant film and the semiconductor film. It can be used to make molybdenum carbide. It can also be used to make special alloys, engineering ceramics, and other materials without chromium.

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