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Molybdenum carbide is a new type of functional material that is capable of high-temperature catalysis. It has excellent thermal properties and good corrosion resistance. It is often used as a high-stress component in various high-temperature fields, including wear-resistant materials, high-temperature composite materials, and other high-temperature applications.
The crystalline molybdenum carbide has three phases. The first phase is g, which is structurally identical to tungsten carbide. When this material is calcined, it forms a second phase with a g+niobium structure. The third phase is a mixed crystal, which has an average particle size of 150mm.
The molybdenum carbide has excellent mechanical properties, such as toughness and resilience, and is widely used in advanced high-temperature applications, including wear-resistant materials, high-temperature advanced composite materials, and other high-temperature fields. In addition, it is widely used as an additive for compound materials.
This material is commonly used as an intermediate in the production of solid molybdenum carbide. It is also used in production of commercial cutting tool bits.
The catalytic activity of the materials can be modified by doping. For example, Ca doped Mo2C has higher density than Ni-doped. Also, the doped catalysts have higher selectivity to ketonization and aldehyde products than the un-doped catalysts.
Carbide-based catalysts are usually tailored to meet product selectivity, in part, by using metal doping. However, further testing is needed to better understand how different reaction pathways are affected by metal doping. Another potential application of this material is in the deoxygenation of bio-derived compounds.