High Purity Zirconium Diboride powder ZrB2 CAS 12045-64-6,99%

Zirconium boreide, a chemical compound with the molecular structure ZrB2, is one example. The nature of grey-colored hard crystals. There are three types of zirconium-boride components: zirconium monoboride and zirconium dimboride. Purity>99%
Particle Size: 325 Mesh

Zirconium Diboride ZirB2 Powder:
Zirconium bore chemical substance. Zirconium boreide chemical formula, is ZrB2. Nature gray hard crystals. The three main components of zirconium bore are zirconium monoboride zirconium disboride , sirconium diboride and zirconium tribromide. The stability of zirconium boride in wide temperatures is limited to the diboride. The main component of industrial production is zirconium boride. Zirconium dioxide has a hexagonal or gray crystal structure, and a melting point at 3040degC. The high-temperature resistance and strength of the diboride at both room temperature (and high temperature) are its strengths. High resistance to thermal shock, good resistance to oxygenation, and anti-oxidation at elevated temperatures. About 3000degC is the melting point. You can add metallic luster.

Zirconium boride ZrB2 a high-covalent, refractory ceramic with a hexagonal crystal arrangement is it. ZrB2 has an ultra-high temperatures ceramic (UHTC), with a melting points of 3246degC. The lower density (6.09g/cm3), combined with good high temperature strength makes ZrB2 suitable for high-temperature aerospace uses such as rocket propulsion and hypersonic flight.

The unusual ceramic is extremely thermally and electrically conductive and shares many of the characteristics with titanium diboride. ZrB2 is able to pass EDM basic clay molding due to its excellent electrical conductivity and fire resistance.

ZrB2 parts can be hot-pressed, which means that they are heated and pressurized to melt the powder. ZrB2 is not sinterable due to the covalent nature of its material and the existence of surface oxides. The surface oxides may cause the crystal grains to become coarser before they are able to withstand densification. ZrB2 can also be sintered under pressure. The surface oxides will react with the sintering additives carbon and boron, increasing the driving force of sintering. But, mechanical properties will decline compared to ZrB2 hot-pressed.

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Zirconium Diboride powder ZrB2 powder (CAS 12045-64-6):
Modular formula: ZrB2
Molar mass: 112.85 g/mol
Appearance: grey-black powder
Density: 6.085 g/cm3
Melting point: 3246 degC
Insoluble in water
Crystal structure: Hexagonal. hP3
P6/mmm No. 191

Zirconium Diboride ZrB2 poudre:
TiB2, ZrB2, HfB2, VB2, NbB, NbB2, TaB, TaB2, CrB2, Mo2B5, W2B5, Fe2B, FeB, CoB, Co2B, NiB, Ni2B, Ni2B, LaB6, UB4, UB2.
Zirconium Diboride (ZrB2), a high-covalent refractory clay material has a hexagonal crystal arrangement. ZrB2 has an ultra-high temperature ceramic (UHTC), with a melting points of 3246°C. Its low density (6.09g/cm3) and excellent high-temperature strength make it an ideal candidate for high-temperature aerospace applications, such as rocket propulsion or hypersonic flight. The unusual characteristics of this ceramic include high thermal and electric conductivities. They share many properties with isostructural hafnium dioxide and hafnium triboride.

How Zirconium Diboride ZirB2 powder is produced?
By metal thermal reduction, ZrO2 or HfO2 can be reduced to their diboron silanes. You can use cheap precursor material and follow the reactions below:

ZrO 2 + B 2 O 3 + 5Mg-ZrB 2 + 5MgO

Precursor materials (ZrO 2, TiO 2, / HfO2 and B4 C) for this reaction are less expensive than those needed for stoichiometric, boron thermoreactions. You will need to heat ZrB2 for at least an hour at 1600degC.

2ZrO 2 + 2C-2ZrB 2 +4CO

Due to the fact that some of the boron is removed during the reduction, there will be an excess of it. ZrC is the end product of this reaction. But, when the excess of 20-25% B4C is exceeded, ZrC disappears leaving only ZrB2. UHTC produced at a lower synthesis temperature (1600degC), will yield finer particles and better interability. The boron-carbidide must first be ground in order to facilitate the diffusion and oxide reduction process.

You can disperse ZrO2 as well as HfO2 on the boron carbonide polymer precursor prior to the reaction. in. By heating the mixture at 1500°C, boron carbide is formed and carbon is produced in situ. ZrO2 and ZrB2 are then reduced.

If the substrate is above 800°C, then the gas phase will be used to reduce vapors from zirconium titanate and boron trichloride. Alternative ZrB2 films are also possible by physical vapor deposition.

Zirconium Diboride ZrB2 powder
Zirconium dioxide has good hardness and thermal conductivity. Also, it is resistant to corrosion. Zirconium boride is used for special ceramic refractory, nuclear and aerospace industries as well as military sectors. Zirconium triboride is a coating that can be applied to smooth, solid materials and rolling balls.

High density carbon fiber reinforced zirconium-diboride composites have high strength, while those made with silicon carbide fibre-reinforced diboride compounds are fragile and susceptible to catastrophic damage.

Zirconium biboride (ZrB2) has the ability to be used for thin-film electronic components in sensor, actuators, micro-systems, and micro-systems that operate under high temperature environments. This is because of its metal-like conductivity.
Zirconium Diboride ZrB2 Pulse can be used for other purposes:
(1) zirconium Diboride Powder is used in the manufacture of ceramics.
(2) Zirconium diboride powder is a good neutron absorber.
Abrasion-resistant coatings can also be made with (3) zirconium diboride (powder).
The powder of zirconium diboride (4) can be used for crucible lining or anticorrosive chemicals equipment.
As an anti-oxidation material, you can use (5) zirconium boride powder.
The powder of zirconium diboride can be used in refractory materials, particularly when it is anticorrosion.
A thermally enhanced additive can use (7) zirconium-diboride powder.
High-temperature resistance can be achieved by using (8) zirconium boride powder.
Zirconium diboride (9) powder can be used to make a special dope that resists high temperatures, corrosion and oxygenation.

Zirconium Diboride ZrB2 Pulver Storage:
ZrB2 powder performance and usage effects can be affected by damp reunion. Zirconium dioxide ZrB2 should therefore be stored in vacuum-packed bags and kept in cool, dry rooms. Additionally, ZrB2 should not be exposed to extreme stress.

Shipping and Packing of Zirconium diboride ZrB2 powder:
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Zirconium Diboride Properties

Other Titles zirconium boreide, ZrB2 sand

12045-64-6
Compound Formula ZrB2
Molecular Weight 112.8
Appearance Gray powder to black powder
Melting Point 3246 degC
Boiling Point N/A
Density 6.09 g/cm3
Solubility of H2O N/A
Exact Quantity 111.923315 g/mol

Zirconium Diboride Safety & Health Information

Signal word Alert
Hazard Statements H228
Hazard Codes F
Risk Codes N/A
Safety statements N/A
Transport Information UN3178 4.1/III


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