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Applications of Molybdenum Disulfide

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Molybdenum disulfide is diamagnetic, can convert linear photoconductors and semiconductors with P-type or N-type conductivity, and has the functions of rectification and energy conversion.
Molybdenum disulfide can also be synthesized as a catalyst for hydrocarbon dehydrogenation.
Molybdenum disulfide is also known as "the king of advanced solid lubricants".
Molybdenum disulfide is a solid powder made from natural molybdenum concentrate chemically purified by changing the molecular structure.
Molybdenum disulfide has good dispersibility and does not need to be added. It can be added to various greases to form a colloidal state and will never replace it, thereby increasing the lubricity and extreme pressure of the grease.
Molybdenum disulfide is also suitable for high temperature, high pressure, high viscosity and high load mechanical working conditions to extend the service life of the equipment.
The main function of molybdenum disulfide as a friction material is to reduce friction at low temperatures, increase friction at high temperatures, and reduce combustion loss. Easily volatilize in the friction material.
Anti-friction: The size of disulfide particles formed by supersonic jet pulverization can reach 325-2500 mesh, the particle hardness is 1-1.5, and the friction coefficient is 0.05-0.1, so it can be used in friction materials to take advantage of the anti-friction effect;
Increased friction: Molybdenum disulfide is not conductive, and silicon carbide, molybdenum disulfide, molybdenum trisulfide and molybdenum trioxide are present. When the temperature of the friction material rises sharply due to friction, the shrinking molybdenum trioxide particles gradually heat up and expand, thereby increasing the friction in the axial direction.
Antioxidant: Molybdenum disulfide is obtained through a comprehensive chemical purification reaction, and its pH value changes 7-8, slightly alkaline. It covers the surface of the friction material, which can protect other materials from oxidation, especially making it difficult for other materials to move and enhancing adhesion.

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