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    What Are the Uses of Molybdenum Disilicide
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    Molybdenum silicide (Molybdenum Disilicide) is a molybdenum silicon compound, also known as molybdenum silicide, with a molecular formula of MoSi2 and a molecular weight of 154.13.

    Because the radius of the two atoms is not much different, and the electronegativity is relatively close, it has similar characteristics to metals and ceramics. The melting point is as high as 2030°C and it is conductive. A passivation layer of silica can be formed on the surface to prevent further oxidation at high temperatures. Its appearance is gray metallic color, derived from its square α-type crystal structure, it also has a hexagonal shape, but unstable Β modified crystal structure, it is insoluble in most acids, but soluble in nitric acid and hydrofluoric acid.

    Usage:

    Molybdenum silicide is used in high-temperature anti-oxidation coating materials, electric heating elements, integrated electrode films, structural materials, composite material reinforcement materials, wear-resistant materials, structural ceramic connection materials and other fields. Distributed in the following industries:

    1. Energy chemical industry: electric heating elements, high-temperature heat exchangers for atomic reactor devices, gas burners, high-temperature thermocouples and their protective tubes, smelting vessel crucibles (for smelting sodium, lithium, lead, bismuth, tin and others metal).

    2. Microelectronics industry: MoSi2 and other refractory metal silicides Ti5Si3, WSi2, TaSi2, etc. are important candidates for large-scale integrated circuit gate and interconnection films.
     
    3. Aerospace industry: As a high-temperature antioxidant coating, it has been extensively and deeply researched and applied. Especially as materials for turbine engine components, such as blades, impellers, burners, tail nozzles and sealing devices.

    4. Automotive industry: turbocharger rotors, valve bodies, spark plugs and engine parts for automotive turbine engines.