An investigation of the synthesis of highly dispersed composite powders containing titanium carbide and molybdenum
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The possibility was shown of production of composite ultradispersed powder materials directly in the plasmachemical process, eliminating the stage of long mixing of the components of the composite. The process of combined reduction of titanium chloride to titanium carbide and of molybdenum chloride to metallic molybdenum was optimized. The maximum degree of transformation is obtained with a discharge energy of 1.5 kJ in the whole range of investigated consumptions.
The molybdenum carbide composite powders obtained have a size of about 10 nm and are characterized by uniform distribution of Mo and TiC.
KeywordsChloride Titanium Carbide Molybdenum Uniform Distribution
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