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Two production methods for tantalum carbide (TaC)

Russia's insistence on paying for Russian gas in rubles has rattled European countries: Greece held an emergency meeting of suppliers, the Dutch government would urge consumers to use less gas, and the French energy regulator told consumers not to panic. Russian gas meets one-third of Europe's annual energy needs.

Russia said they could expand their demand for ruble payments for other commodities, including oil, grain, fertilizer, coal, and metals, which raised the risk of recession in Europe and the US. 

Moscow is expected to unveil its ruble payment plan in early April, but it said it would not immediately ask buyers to pay for gas in rubles.  

Western countries have said paying in rubles would be a breach of contract, and renegotiation could take months or longer. This uncertainty has pushed commodity market prices higher.

The supply and prices of other commodities like the Tantalum Carbide could also be affected.

Overview of Tantalum Carbide(TaC)

Tantalum carbide (TaC) forms a series of binary compounds of tantalum and carbon with the empirical formula TaCx, where x typically varies between 0.4 and 1. They are extremely hard, brittle, refractory ceramic materials with metallic conductivity. They appear as brown-grey powders, usually sintered.

Tantalcarbide is a natural form of tantalum carbide. It is a cubic, extremely rare mineral. The TaC x compound has a cubic (rock salt) crystal structure with x = 0.7–1.0; the lattice parameter increases with x. There are two main crystalline forms of TaC 0.5. The more stable has a cadmium iodide-resistant triangular structure, which transforms to a hexagonal lattice with no long-range order in carbon atoms when heated to about 2000 °C.

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An important cermet material, tantalum carbide is used commercially in tool tips for cutting applications and is sometimes added to tungsten carbide alloys. The melting point of tantalum carbide peaks at around 3880°C, depending on purity and measurement conditions; this value is the highest among binary compounds. Only tantalum hafnium carbide may have a slightly higher melting point, around 3942 °C, while hafnium carbide has a melting point comparable to that of TaC.

Production method of tantalum carbide (TaC)

TaC powders of the desired composition are prepared by heating a mixture of tantalum and graphite powders in vacuum or in an inert gas atmosphere (argon). Heating at about 2000 °C using a furnace or arc melting unit. Another technique is the reduction of tantalum pentoxide with carbon at a temperature of 1500–1700 °C in a vacuum or hydrogen atmosphere. This method was used to obtain tantalum carbide in 1876, but it lacked control over the stoichiometry of the product. TaC has been reported to be produced directly from the element by self-propagating high temperature synthesis.

Application of Tantalum Carbide(TaC)

Tantalum carbide(TaC)powder is insoluble in water, almost insoluble in inorganic acid, soluble in mixed acid of hydrofluoric acid and nitric acid, and can be decomposed. Strong anti-oxidation, easily melted and decomposed by potassium pyrosulfate. The resistance is 30Ω at room temperature, showing superconductivity. (TaC) can be used in powder metallurgy, cutting tools, fine ceramics, chemical vapor deposition, hard wear-resistant alloy tools, tools, molds and wear-resistant and corrosion-resistant structural parts to improve the toughness of the alloy. The tantalum carbide (TaC) body is golden yellow and can be used as a decoration for the watch.

It is a heavy brown powder, usually processed by sintering, and is an important cermet material. Sometimes used as a microcrystalline additive for tungsten carbide alloys.

Tantalum carbide(TaC) is an ideal material for aircraft and rockets in the aerospace industry due to its melting point, hardness, elastic modulus, thermal conductivity, shock resistance and chemical stability.

Tantalum Carbide(TaC) Price

The price of tantalum carbide TaC products will change randomly due to factors such as production cost of tantalum carbide TaC, transportation cost, international situation, market supply and demand of tantalum carbide TaC, etc. Tanki New Materials Co.,Ltd. aims to help industries and chemical wholesalers find high-quality, low-cost products, nanomaterials and chemicals by providing a full range of customized services. If you are looking for Tantalum Carbide TaC, please feel free to send an inquiry to get the latest price of Tantalum Carbide TaC.

Tantalum Carbide (TaC)Supplier

As a global tantalum carbide(TaC) supplier, Tanki New Materials Co.,Ltd. has extensive experience in the performance, application and cost-effective manufacturing of advanced and engineered materials. The company has successfully developed a series of powder materials (tantalum carbide, molybdenum carbide, titanium carbide), high-purity targets, functional ceramics and structural devices, and provides OEM services.

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Commodities such as crude oil, wheat, cotton, and nickel have rallied since Russia's "special military operations" began in late February. On the last trading day of this quarter, commodities were on track for their biggest gain since 1990. For this reason, it is expected that the price of the Tantalum Carbide will continue to increase.

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