Production Technology and Some Properties of the Pyrolytic Carbides of Zirconium and Titanium
A study has been made of the conditions necessary for the production of dense deposits, uniform in composition, of titanium and zirconium carbides by deposition from a gaseous mixture. Optimum conditions have been arrived at for depositing these carbides from a gaseous phase containing the vapor of the higher chloride of the metal, methane, and hydrogen. The effect of various parameters of the process (temperature, composition of the gaseous phase, and rate of supply of the vapor mixture) on the rate of deposition, structure, and chemical composition of the carbides obtained is discussed.
KeywordsDeposition Rate Titanium Carbide Deposition Surface High Chloride Vapor Mixture
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