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Titanium Carbide Powder TiC, CAS No 12654-86-3

Titanium Carbide Powder TiC, CAS No 12654-86-3

Titanium Carbide (TiC) is a binary compound of titanium and carbon, with the chemical formula TiC. It is an extremely hard and refractory ceramic material, with a high melting point of 3,160°C (5,720°F). TiC is often used as a component in cutting tools, as well as in wear-resistant coatings and as an additive to tungsten carbide to improve its toughness.


Property Value
Chemical formula TiC
Appearance Black powder
Density 4.93 g/cm³
Melting point 3,160°C
Boiling point 4,000°C
Solubility in water Insoluble
Crystal structure Cubic
Thermal conductivity 70 W/m·K
Electrical resistivity 40-60 μΩ·cm
Hardness 2,800-3,200 kg/mm²
Young's modulus 450-510 GPa
Poisson's ratio 0.17-0.24

Note: Values may vary depending on the manufacturing method and purity level of the powder.


TIC powder is usually applied to thermal surfacing techniques, such as powder welding, flame spraying, plasma spraying, HVOF (high-velocity oxy-fuel).

TIC powder is widely used in oil exploration, aerospace, mine excavation, machinery tools, marine facilities, and other fields.

TIC powder is used as the thermal spray coating powder material, the welding material, the flinty membranous material, the military aviation material, the hard alloy, and the cermet.

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