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About Molybdenum Alloys

Molybdenum alloys have excellent strength and mechanical stability at high temperatures (up to 1900°C). Their high ductility and toughness provide a greater tolerance for imperfections and brittle fracture than ceramics.

The unique properties of molybdenum alloys are utilised in many applications:

  1. High temperature heating elements, radiation shields, extrusions, forging dies, etc;
  2. Rotating X-ray anodes used in clinical diagnostics;
  3. Glass melting furnace electrodes and components that are resistant to molten glass;
  4. Heat sinks with thermal expansivity matching silicon for semiconductor chip mounts;
  5. Sputtered layers, only Ångstroms (10-7 mm) thick, for gates and interconnects on integrated circuit chips;
  6. Sprayed coatings on automotive piston rings and machine components to reduce friction and improve wear.


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