The application of molybdenum in electronica
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Actual areas of use of molybdenum
Many industries require electronics that can reliably operate in harsh environments, including extreme temperatures above 200 ° C. Examples of high temperature applications include turbocharging in the aerospace and electronics industries or sensors used for drilling in the oil and gas industry.
While traditional cooling systems can help electronics operate at high temperatures, in some cases, cooling may not be possible, or it may be more attractive for electronics to increase system reliability or reduce cost. However, the presence of transistors and circuits for working with high temperatures is very limited.
Molybdenum disulphide (MoS 2), a semiconductor material, can be a promising candidate for the development of thin-film transistors for extreme temperature applications. The production of thin-film transistors from molybdenum disulphide has been established, and their functional characteristics at high temperatures demonstrate the high metal potential for electronics with extreme temperatures.
The next step of the researchers is to study the high-temperature function of disulfide molybdenum transistors and circuits manufactured by industrial methods, such as chemical vapor deposition.
Since molybdenum has a high melting point, it is also used for the production of glass-heater electrodes with electric heating. Some electrical filaments are also made of molybdenum.
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Other areas of use of molybdenum
Good thermal conductivity and electrical conductivity of molybdenum and low expansion ratio make it a useful metal in applications for electronic / electrical and glass-metal seals.
Molybdenum also has applications in nuclear power engineering and is used as a catalyst in the petroleum refining industry.
In the rocket industry, molybdenum is used to make:
- Nasal and recurrent cones;
- High-temperature nozzle structural elements;
- Front edges of control surfaces;
- Supporting blades
- Heat shields.
In electronics, molybdenum is used for: the manufacture of cathodes, magnetron caps, components of X-ray tubes, filaments, and seals from glass to metal.
In high-temperature applications, molybdenum is used in furnace windings and some of their structural elements, as well as in containers for components exposed to high temperatures.
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