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Zirconium silicide (ZrSi2) is an inorganic compound

Since 2022, Russia-Ukraine geopolitical conflicts have intensified, and global energy prices have risen sharply, with international natural gas prices hitting historic highs. As the most important transitional energy source in the transition from fossil energy to non-fossil energy, the share of natural gas in primary energy has increased from 14.6% in 1965 to 24.7% in 2020.  The global gas price indices showed a unilateral downward trend from 2018, bottomed out in 2020, and remained low for a long time. However, since July 2020, the global gas prices have gradually fluctuated upward, and the impact of geopolitical events made the Dutch TTF gas price even hit record highs repeatedly.

An analyst of a securities company believes that the core catalyst of this round of global gas market lies in the lack of investment in upstream oil and gas resources caused by long-term low prices. Since 2020, although the epidemic has led to a decline in demand, the decline in supply has been faster, resulting in a large inventory consumption. In 2021, demand will recover faster than supply (the supply-side is less sensitive to prices, which will be reflected in investment).  

As the world's two largest gas Zirconium disilicide zrsi2 powder are also expected to change significantly.

Overview of zirconium disilicide ZrSi2 powder

Zirconium silicide ZrSi2 powder is an inorganic compound with the chemical formula ZrSi2, which is composed of zirconium and silicon atoms.

Zirconium disilicide, also known as zirconium silicide, is a gray square crystalline powder. Zirconium silicide is used as raw material powder for fine ceramics. Zirconium disilicide zrsi2, molecular weight 147.39, density 4.88, melting point 1620 ℃ (1790 ℃), lattice constant: a = 0.372nm, B = 1.476nm, C = 0.367nm. Microhardness (mol / mm2): 62.8 kJ / mm2. Gray square crystalline powder, stable under normal temperature and pressure. Refractory metal silicide. Low resistivity (about 10-7 Ω• m) and high hardness. The preparation method is mainly made by sintering the mixture of deposited metal and silicon. The deposition methods mainly include evaporation, sputtering, electroplating, chemical vapor deposition and so on.

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Application of zirconium disilicide ZrSi2 powder

Zirconium disilicide ZrSi2 powder can be used in metal ceramics, high temperature oxide coatings, high temperature structural materials, aerospace and other fields. It is used as fine ceramic raw material powder, crucible and semiconductor film.

It is mostly used in VLSI circuits, such as metal grid, Schottky contact, ohmic contact, etc.

1. Used for manufacturing refractory materials

2. It is also used in the production of some ceramics, enamel and ceramic glaze.

3. In enamel and glaze, it is used as shading agent.

4. For grinding bead.

Zirconium disilicide ZrSi2 product price

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Technical parameters of zirconium disilicide ZrSi2 powder


Product NameMFPurityParticle SizeMelting PointDensityColor
zirconium silicideZrSi299%5-10um1620℃4.88 g/cm3gray


The chemical composition of zirconium disilicide ZrSi2 powder

ZrSi2ZrSiCPFeSHf
>99%60.8%balance0.2%0.02%0.2%0.005%1.5%


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