Molybdenum disulfide decomposes at 1370, and then to molybdenum metallic and sulfur at 1600. Molybdenum-disulfide can be heated to 315 degrees in the air and oxidized. Molybdenum sulfide can’t be dissolved in water, dilute or concentrated sulfuric acids. At 400, slow oxidation takes place and molybdenum dioxide forms.
Molybdenum disulfide Can be heated to produce molybdenum pythloride by reacting with chlorine gas
Molybdenum disulfide reacts to alkyl-lipid under control to create an embedded compound (intercalated compounds) LixMoS2. If it reacts to butyllithium, then the product is LiMoS2.
Molybdenum disulfide Copper has a high level of active sulfur. It is easy to cause copper to corrosion. This topic has been covered in many papers and books on lubricant ingredients. Additionally, when parts of copper or their alloy manufacturing require lubrication it is not necessary that lubrication products with molybdenum diulfide be chosen. Instead, an anti-copper agent must also be added.
Molybdenum Disulfide Pulp Powder’s Physical Chemistry
Molybdenum disulfide It is insoluble with water and dilute acids. It can be corroded easily by concentrated sulfuric, concentrated nitric, boiling concentrated chloric acid, aqua regia or pure oxygen, fluorine, or chlorine. It is insoluble with other bases, solvents and petroleum, as well as synthetic lubricants. It is non-magnetic and has semiconductor properties. Molybdenum dioxide mo-S edges are quite numerous, easy to peel among layers, and have good anisotropy. They have strong adhesion to metal and can adhere to any metal surface. Molybdenum dioxide is a lubricant that has excellent compressive strength, wear resistance, excellent adhesion (0.03-10.08), and film structure characteristics. It can also be used under high temperatures (1200), low temperatures (-190), high speeds, high pressure, and ultra-low temperatures. Molybdenum dioxide begins to oxidize at 400 to molybdenum oxide, and quickly oxidizes above 540 to molybdenum triooxide. It was sublimated to 450 in an atmosphere of inertia, decomposed to molybdenum at 1370 and decomposed to sulfur at 1600. By controlled reaction of alkyl lithium and molybdenum dioxide, it was formed into molybdenum penichloride. Low toxicity.
|Molybdenum Disulfide Powder Properties|
|Other Names||Molybdenum Disulfide (Molybdenum Sulfide), MoS2|
|Appearance||solid in black/leadgray|
|Melting Point||2,375 degC (4,307 degF; 2,648 K)|
|Solubility of H2O||Insoluble|
Molybdenum Disulfide Pulver Preparation Methods
Molybdenum dioxide has many applications and great properties. Therefore, nano-mos2 preparation and application have been extensively studied both at home and abroad.
MoS2 can be prepared using the natural molybdenite concentration purification method. This method removes acid insoluble matter, SiO2, Fe Cu, Ca, Cu, Cu, and other impurities from molybdenite concentration after a certain physical and chemical activity and refines it to make nano-mos2. This is how the Us Climax Molybdenum firm produces MoS2. This method is capable of maintaining the MoS2 crystal form and good lubrication properties, making it suitable for making lubricants. However, the purity and purification of nano MoS2 made by the natural method is low. If the temperature drops below 400 degrees it is recommended that you use a low-cost MoS2 for normal conditions. It is not possible to lubricate the MoS2 with a lower lubrication level than 1300.
The synthesis process can produce sulfide in high purity, with few impurities and fine particles, and can meet different functional requirements. This is why the synthesis procedure to make nano sulfide was so important. There are many ways to make nano-MOS2, including the thermal decomposition technique of ammonium triathiomolybdate and hydrogen sulfide reduction methods, high-energy ball grinding method, carbon nanotubes space-limiting method, hydrothermal synthesizing method, and high-energy physical or chemical means. Two preparation methods can be used to make nano-mos2: The tungsten source/molybdenum can be directly mixed with the source of sulfur, or the tungsten and molybdenum can be combined with sulfur to create the precursor body. Then, the precursor can be reduced or decomposed to MoS2 with the appropriate methods.
Molybdenum Disulfide Powder – Applications
1. Lubricants for dry films . Molybdenum disulfide can be used as a lubricant in nearly all dry film lubricants. Molybdenum-disulfide dry-film lubricants that are most commonly used are the United States military dry films MIL L-3987, and MIL L-23398. Dry film lubricant can be used to lubricate bearings, gears, and other civil products.
2. Lubricants . Molybdenum sulfide ointment generally is added to oil and fat with a mole fraction of about 4.4%. It has been used successfully in the fields of metallurgy and steel rolling, as well as mining machinery and equipment for coal mining. Some high temperature, open air, field, and tunnel application equipment make it difficult for grease to be lubricated or added to.
3. Lubricating film-forming glue for wheels, rails and gear . The film-forming powder is widely used for lubrication of the gears on locomotive drive shafts, cranes or steel rolling equipment. It can also be used to grease large machinery such as mines. You can extend the life of rail by applying film-forming paste to rail and rim. Rim life can be increased 7 times and electricity (or petrol) can be saved by around 7%
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