Molybdenum P SM

Alternative and trade names
Molybdenum Metal Powder
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This powder has a purity of 99.95% with low residual oxygen and carbon.

This material data has been provided by Stanford Advanced Materials.

All metrics apply to room temperature unless otherwise stated. SI units used unless otherwise stated.
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23.0 °C

10.28 g/cm³

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Elastic modulus

23.0 °C

329 GPa

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Coefficient of thermal expansion

23.0 °C

4.8E-6 1/K

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Melting point

2623 °C

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Thermal conductivity

23.0 °C

138 W/(m·K)

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Technological properties

Application areas

Used for processing fabricated metal products and machine parts such as wire, sheets, sintered alloys, and electronic components. Used for alloying, brake pads, ceramic metallization, diamond tooling, infiltration, and metal injection molding. Used as a chemical catalyst, detonation initiator, metal matrix composite, and sputtering target.

Chemical composition

Purity of ≥99.95%

Processing history

Molybdenum powder is produced by hydrogen reduction of molybdenum trioxide and ammonium molybdates.