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Can chromium diboride powder be used as a refractory material?

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Overview of chromium diboride powder
The chemical formula of chromium diboride is CrB2, which is one of the six stable chromium diborides. It has a melting point of 1760°C and has good oxidation resistance and high temperature strength. Boron forms double compounds with metals and certain non-metals (such as carbon). The MMBN formula is usually used, which is usually a complex compound and does not follow the pricing rules. Except for zinc (Zn), cadmium (Cd), mercury (Hg), gallium (Ga), indium (In), β (T1), germanium (Ge), tin (Sn), lead (Pb), bismuth (Bi) Other metals will form boron. They are all crystals with high hardness and melting point, and are chemically stable. Concentrated nitric acid is insoluble and can be directly mixed with elements, or it can be made by reducing oxides with active metals and used as sintering, grinding and superconducting materials.
Application of chromium diboride powder
1.Can be used as a refractory material.
2.Due to the high melting point of chromium diboride, it is very hard and has high corrosion resistance.
3. Is used as a metallurgical additive;
4. Is used as a sputtering target for preparing thin films;
5.Can be a wear-resistant semiconductor film.

Chromium Diboride Powder Price
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Storage of diboride powder
A humid environment will affect the state of the powder, and it is easy to cause the powder to agglomerate, so it should be stored in a dry environment and packed in a vacuum.

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