Carbides
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Table 1326. Carbide parameters.

Carbides
Dielectric constant (K) Superconductive transition temp (K)
Density gm/cm3
Flexural strength (MPa) Thermal expansion (ppm/°C) Thermal conductivity (W/m·°C)
Melting point (°C)
Vickers hardness (GPa) Young's modulus (GPa) Friction coefficient Transverse rupture strength (MPa) Max working temp (°C) Color Properties
Major applications
Diamond-like carbon
200
29-49
  Very hard, high thermal conductivity  
B4C
5.0
35
440
     
CrC

 


 



10
11
22.1
0.4
700
Silver-gray Good adhesion; good corrosion; resists oxidation to 900 °C

Aluminum and magnesium die casting

MoC
7.7
     
Mo2C
2.4
     
NbC
10.1
6.6
3600
24
580
     
SiC
42.0
440
3.8-5.3
27-270
2-27.4
480
  High conductivity; shock resistant  
TaC
9.2
     
TiC

1.1

7.4-7.6
17-30
3067
29-31
450
  High wear and abrasion resistance; low friction  
TiCN
8

20-30
24.5-29.4
  High lubricity; stable and inert stable lubricant  

Al2O3+TiC

4.24

80
     
VC
2648
29
430
     
WC
2.8
4.3
14
2776
21
695
   
W2C
2.05
     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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