Will Molybdenum Plates Replace Graphene in the Electronics Industry?

molybdenum plates photo Molybdenum is the most widely used materials in the processing industry. It can be used in the iron and steel industry, most of which are industrial molybdenum oxide briquette directly used for steelmaking or cast iron, a small part is smelted into ferromolybdenum and then used in steelmaking, or synthesized with other metals to make molybdenum plates.

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Plates made of molybdenum or molybdenum alloy can improve the corrosion resistance, strength and wear resistance of the original metal. With the characteristics of high melting point, low density and small thermal expansion coefficient, they are also used as an excellent catalyst and lubricant. Molybdenum disulfide plate also has unique anti-sulfur properties, and it is a promising C1 chemical catalyst under certain conditions to catalyze the hydrogenation of carbon monoxide to produce alcohols.

Molybdenum plates have the potential to replace graphene in the electronics industry. Transistors made of molybdenum consume 1/100,000th of the power consumption of silicon transistors in standby conditions and are cheaper than graphene circuits of the same size. However, the biggest change is Its circuit is very flexible and extremely thin, and can be attached to human skin.

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The British "Nature Nanotechnology" magazine pointed out that the single-layer molybdenum material shows good semiconductor properties, some of which exceed the widely used silicon and research popular graphene, and are expected to become the next generation of semiconductor materials.

The characteristics of molybdenum plate are that the color, particle size, surface characteristics, dispersity, rheology, thixotropy and crystal form can be manually adjusted, and the product also has high chemical purity, strong chemical inertness, good thermal stability, and are not stable under 400 degrees Celsius. In addition, it also has the advantages of low oil absorption rate, low hardness, small wear value, non-toxic, odorless, tasteless, and good dispersibility.


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