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Molybdenum is an essential trace element for the human body, animals and plants. It is made of silver-white metal and is hard and tough. In fact, human body contains molybdenum in various tissues, and the total amount in the human body is 9mg, while the liver and kidney are exactly the parts with the highest molybdenum content. Although very hard, molybdenum is also soft, and it is tougher than tungsten. Molybdenum has a high modulus of elasticity, unlike tungsten and tantalum which have higher melting points.
Molybdenum plates are mostly used for special steels. Of course, there are other common uses. They can be used in molybdenum electrodes and vacuum furnaces, as well as nuclear energy, missiles, and aircraft parts. The appearance of the molybdenum plate has a silver-gray metallic luster. Molybdenum plate thickness from 00.090 inches to 3 inches, it is widely used in mold and parts furnace construction, as well as electronic and semiconductor industry parts manufacturing.
The organosilicon molybdenum plate was examined using the silicon source Si2Cl6 and the silicidation conditions and some of its properties. This plate molybdenum disilicide is deposited first, such as 4MoSi2, initially 6 meters thick (after 10 minutes), and then combined for storage. After 30 minutes a uniform MoSi2 molybdenum silicide plate is formed. The weight of the anodic dissolved silicone plate doubles at 0.2 M sulfuric acid, reducing the thickness of the MoSi2 layer. Corrosion of seawater and sea sand, as well as wear of silicone molybdenum plates, will increase the resistivity, thereby increasing the silicidation temperature and Si2Cl6 flow rate.
Molybdenum is a transition element that can easily change its oxidation state and act as an electron transfer agent in the redox reaction in the body. In the oxidized form, molybdenum is likely to be in the +6 valence state. Although it is also likely to first return to the +5 valence state during the electron transfer. However, other oxidation states of molybdenum have also been found in reduced enzymes. Molybdenum is a component of xanthine oxidase/dehydrogenase, aldehyde oxidase, and sulfite oxidase, and it is known to be an essential trace element for the human body and plants and animals.