High Purity Iron Carbide Fe3C Powder CAS 12011-67-5, 99%

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Cementite can be described as a metal compound made of iron, carbon and has the chemical formula Fe3C. The hardness is high at HBW=800. Plasticity and toughness are nearly zero and the brittleness very large. Size of the particle: 325mesh Purity: 99% Iron Carbide Fe3C Pulp: Iron carbonide can be described as an inorganic compound. Iron carbonide has the chemical formula which is Fe3C. The compound is made up of iron and carbon. It’s a mixture of both, with an intermediate transition metal caride having the formula Fe3C. It weighs 6.67% and 93% respectively. Cementite is a name for it in metalurgical engineering. It is a white, crystallized powder of iron carbide with an relative density 7.694 at a temperature of 1250°C. This material can dissolve in water and acid. Iron carbide can be described as an orthorhombic crystal. An octahedral crystal is formed when each carbon atom surrounds 6 iron atoms at its top corners. The iron atoms of each carbon atom are shared by two Octahedrons. This means they can be coordinated. It is 6 and its coordination number is 2. An interstitial compound made at high temperatures is iron carbide. It has a strong bonding power between iron and carbon, making it hard and brittle. Iron Carbide Is a soft, fragile metal that can be classified in pure ceramic form. It is an integral part of ferrous metallurgy. While cementite can still be found in steel and cast iron it is used to produce iron carbide and is part of the group of other ironmaking technologies. According to theory, cementite refers to a form of cell tissue with Fe3C and ferrite in the nucleus. If you’d like to order Iron Carbide Powder, please send us an inquiry. Iron Carbide Fe3C Pulp – Iron carbide Fe3C. This is what is known in metal metallurgy as iron carbide Fe3C. This powder is gray-black in color and has a relative densit of 7.694. It also has a melting temperature of 1837°C. Orthogonal crystals have six iron atoms surrounding each carbon atom. These six iron atoms form an octahedral structural. Each iron atom has two octahedrons. The coordination number of the carbon atoms in this structure is 6, and the atomic coordination number 2 is 2. Fe is the ratio of iron and carbon atoms as shown in the chemical formula. It’s C = 1/26: 1 = 3. Parameter Technical of Iron Carbide Powder Fe3C Powder: ITEM Chemical Composition % Particle Size Fe3C Si O Fe3C Puffer 99.2 0.01 5.87 0.008 0.2 0.01 325 What is the production process for Iron Carbide Fe3C Pulp? Iron carbide can also be called cementite. Cementite, which is found in the white box with cast iron lids, can be formed from the melt. Carbon steel can be produced by either austenite tempering or martensite cooling. As we mentioned, cementite is 7% carbon. Iron-carbon phases do not include cast iron and steel. All iron in cementite means that the alloy does not consist of any iron. Cementite can be combined with ferrite as a by-product from austenite to make bainite, pearlite or other layered structures. It is often thermodynamically unreliable and can be transformed to graphite, ferrite or other forms. Iron Carbide Fe3C Pulp Iron carbide serves two main purposes. It is used to produce steel by being a raw metal in the steelmaking process. Iron carbide, an intermetallic combination of carbon and iron, is a compound that contains both carbon and iron. In other words, iron carbide is an intermetallic compound of carbon and iron. Because it absorbs sodium chloride solution in its form, its importance in metallurgy was widely recognised by all industries. Cementite plays an essential role in metallurgy. Cementite’s resistance to corrosion is greatly improved when it is immersed into a solution of sodium chloride ranging from 1% to 33%. Iron carbide can be formed at high temperatures as an interstitial substance. This compound has a strong binding force between iron and carbon, making it hard and brittle. Silvery-white is the result of high levels of carbon found in pig iron. White iron is a common raw material in steelmaking. When the iron carbide found in the pig-iron is broken down into graphite, it forms a grey cross-section known as “gray iron”. It is widely used for machine manufacturing because of its excellent cutting ability. Iron Carbide Fe3C Pulp Storage Condition – Iron Carbide Fe3C Powder needs to be stored in a closed container. Additionally, it should not be subject to extreme stress. Packing & Shipping of Iron Carbide Fe3C powder : Iron Carbide Fe3C powder packing: vacuum packaging, 1kg/bag and 25kg/barrel or as required Iron Carbide Fe3C Pulp Shipping Information: may be shipped by sea, air or express, once the payment has been received. Lempotee Nano Technology Co. Ltd. Send us an enquiry if you’re looking for iron carbide powder of high quality. (brad@ihpa.net)

Iron Carbide Fe3C Powder Properties

Triiron carbide; Cementite; Triiron monocarbide; epsilon iron carbide; e-Iron carbide,FeC, Fe-C, fe-c-0.25m-gr.1t3mm; 434336-76-2 12011-67-5 Compound Formula Fe3C Motility 179.55 Appearance Heavy gray powder or granules Melting Point ~3140 °C Solubility water N/A Density 4.93 g/cm3 (20 °C) Purity 99.00% 325mesh Boling points 4820 °C The Specific Heat N/A Heating Conductivity N/A Thermal Expansion N/A Young’s Module N/A Exact N/A Monoisotopic Weight N/A

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