High Purity Tantalum Carbide TaC Powder Cas 12070-06-3, 99.9%

Tantalum carbid is a white metal-like cubic cubic crystalline product that falls under the category of sodium chloride. At the moment, tantalum carbide is used as an inhibitor for cemented carbide-sintered grain growth.Particle Size: -325mes Tantal…

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Recently, the EU proclaimed new sanctions on Russia, including coal, timber, rubber, cement, and fertilizer, as well as high-end seafood tantalum carbide powder. Researchers have developed two new heat-resistant materials, tantalum carbid…

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Molybdenum Carbide is a chemical compound with the formula Mo2C. It is known for its high melting point, hardness, thermal stability, and mechanical stability.Particle Size: -325msh Purity: 99% Molybdenum carbide powder Molecular formula of mol…

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