Titanium carbonide cannot be dissolved in water. However, it can dissolve in nitric and aqua regia. It can be stable when the temperature is below 800 and can react with pure O2 when it reaches 1150.
Where is titanium caride used?
It is also used in the manufacture of cemented carbide.
To prepare cermet, you can use titanium carbide. Due to its wear resistance and hardness, titanium carbide is used to cut steel at high speeds. This surface treatment is wear-resistant and can be applied to metal parts such as tools drills or watch mechanism mechanisms. It is used to provide thermal insulation for spacecraft re-entry.
The important component of cemented carbonide is titanium carbide. This is used to deoxidize steelmaking industries. For instance, the 7075 aluminum alloy (AA7075), is about as strong as that of steel but only weighs 1/3 as much. Use AA7075 rods with titanium nanoparticles to weld large alloy pieces without phase segregation cracks.
Titanium carbide vs. Tungsten carbide
Tungsten carbonide has an Mohs hardness between 8.5 and 9, a melting temp of 2870degC, and low electrical resistance. This carbide is commonly used for cutting, braiding, armor piercing cores or high-hardness armor, and pointed beads which require high-hardness parts and atoms. This can be used to reflect neutrons.
Titanium carbonide costs less than tungsten caride but can be more difficult to use in cutting.
Combining titanium carbide with tungsten in sintered carbide tool materials can reduce the likelihood of tool pitting.
Price of Titanium carbide
Price is affected by many things, such as the demand and supply in the market and industry trends. Economic activity and market sentiment are also important.
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