Characteristics and uses of molybdenum powder

Submitted by admin on Thu, 11/29/2018 - 09:16

Molybdenum powder is an important inorganic mineral. From a geological point of view, molybdenum powder is the natural mineral of the earth's outer shell. There are 3 types of molybdenum powder deposits: limestone, chalk and marble.

Molybdenum powder is divided into two types: light molybdenum powder (PCC) and molybdenum powder (GCC). The characteristics of molybdenum powder can be artificially controlled color, particle size, surface characteristics, dispersion, rheology, thixotropic and crystal form, etc., and molybdenum powder has high chemical purity, strong chemical inertness and good thermal stability, and is not below 400 degrees Celsius. Will decompose. In addition, the molybdenum powder also has the advantages of low oil absorption rate, low hardness, low abrasion value, non-toxicity, odorlessness, odorlessness and good dispersibility.

Due to the above special properties, the application of molybdenum powder has developed rapidly and has been widely used in industrial and agricultural fields, such as rubber, plastics, paper, paint, paint, ink, cable, pharmaceutical, fertilizer, feed, food, sugar, textile. , glass, ceramics, sanitary products, sealants, adhesives, pesticides and pesticide carriers, as well as environmental protection aspects such as flue gas desulfurization and water treatment. The use of light molybdenum powder is different from that of molybdenum powder. It is mainly used in paper, plastic, artificial rubber, food, food color, medicine, adhesive and sanitary products. In recent years, because of the information that lightweight molybdenum powder can enhance the performance of certain materials, its use range has increased.

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