The U.S. and its allies plan to impose sanctions on more Russian industries and supply chains.
The US government representatives recently visited Europe to consult with allies on strengthening and enforcing sanctions to punish Russia. They also plan to take action to disrupt their critical supply chains.
The US government claims that the sanctions imposed on Russia since the invasion began on February 24 have proved extremely effective, plunging Russia into a financial crisis. The sanctions include a freeze on the Russian central bank's foreign exchange assets, a ban on hard currency transactions by major Russian banks and wealthy individuals, and export restrictions on advanced semiconductors and other technologies. The sanctions have weakened the Russian economy and left the Kremlin with fewer resources.
The volatile international political situations will continue to affect the markets and prices of many commodities like the Mo2C powder.
Introduction to Molybdenum Carbide Mo2C Powder
Molybdenum carbide or Mo2C, the molecular weight is 203.88, and the carbon content is 5.89%. It is gray powder, the melting point is 2692℃. Insoluble in water and alkali, slightly soluble in nitric acid, sulfuric acid, and hydrofluoric acid. It has properties of high hardness, good thermal stability, mechanical stability, wear resistance, and corrosion resistance. In addition, molybdenum carbide has a similar electronic structure and catalytic properties to noble metals. The main catalytic reaction types include hydro hydrolysis, isomerization, hydrodesulfurization, hydrodenitrification, ammonia synthesis, hydrocarbon conversion, and synthesis.
Properties of Molybdenum Carbide Mo2C
Molybdenum carbide belongs to transition metal carbides, which is a group of mesenchymal compounds with metallic properties formed by carbon entering the lattice of transition metal. As a kind of new functional material with high hardness, good stability, and corrosion resistance, metal carbide has been applied in various mechanical fields with high-temperature resistance, friction resistance, and chemical corrosion resistance. In recent years, the catalytic performance of these compounds has been gradually discovered. Transition metal carbides have become a hot topic in the field of new inorganic catalytic materials because of their unique electronic structure and excellent catalytic performance.
In terms of catalytic properties, molybdenum carbide is similar to platinum group precious metals in many aspects, especially its hydrogenation activity is similar to Pt, Pd, and other precious metals, so it is expected to be a substitute for precious metals. The results show that molybdenum carbide has good catalytic activity and selectivity for hydro refining, desulfurization, and denitrification of oil, and has the characteristics of ultra-high hardness, and excellent temperature stability, thermal stability, and good corrosion resistance to general metal carbides. In addition, molybdenum carbide has been found to have similar electronic structure and catalytic properties as noble metals, as well as good capacitance characteristics and charge-discharge behavior, which is a new catalytic material with great application prospects.
|Molybdenum Carbide Mo2C Powder Properties|
|Other Names||dimolybdenum carbide|
|Solubility in H2O||insoluble|
How are Carbides Formed?
Carbides are compounds consisting of carbon and less electronegative elements that are distinguished by chemical bonds (ionic, covalent). They are usually made of metals or metal oxides combined with carbon at high temperatures (1,500 °C or more).
Carbides are generally quite stable and exhibit high melting points. It can be used in critical industrial applications.
Carbides can be classified as salt-like carbides, interstitial carbides, and covalent carbides.
Applications of Molybdenum Carbide Mo2C Powder
1. For molybdenum alloy production. Molybdenum-zirconium-titanium alloy and molybdenum-titanium-zirconium-carbon alloy are widely used in electronic tubes, electric light source parts, metal processing tools, and turbine disks due to their high strength, good electrical conductivity, and low thermal expansion coefficient.
2. As steel additives. The role of molybdenum in stainless steel is to improve the corrosion resistance, strength, and weldability of the product.
3. As heating electrode in glass melting furnace. Molybdenum has good compatibility with most glass components and will not produce harmful substances due to small amounts of molybdenum dissolved in the glass bath.
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The Mo2C powder industry has experienced demand expectations driven by the rise and the off-season tired stock driven by the seasonal decline in two rounds of the market. Affected by the COVID-19 epidemic and other factors, inventories of manufacturers continue to accumulate, putting pressure on market sentiment. In addition to off-season factors, the weak trend of Mo2C powder also reflects the market's concern about the epidemic and some other related enterprises' financial situation.
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