In recent years, researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and China have developed a capacity-type lithium battery containing molybdenum material, which has higher weight energy density and volumetric energy density than conventional commercial batteries.
Sintering of tungsten-based heavy alloys is an important part. The sintering process has a great influence on the density, grain size, segregation and microstructure of the alloy.
Due to its high strength, high melting point, corrosion resistance and wear resistance, molybdenum has been used in steel, chemical, electrical, pharmaceutical and agricultural fields. China is the country with the most abundant molybdenum resources in the world.
Tungsten is a rare high melting point metal in nature with a melting point of up to 3,410 ° C. It has high density, high hardness, high wear resistance, high electrical conductivity and high temperature strength.