Toxicological data of titanium disilicide
The spread of the novel coronavirus is taking a direct hit on the operations of airlines in Asia. About 500,000 flights taking off and landing in mainland China have been canceled since January, according to aviation information company Cerium. Tourists and business trips have plummeted. On the booking website, there are a large number of air tickets for local routes with a price reduction of nearly 90% compared with the original price and only tens of yuan for a one-way trip.
In February, China's aviation industry recorded its largest single-month loss of 24.59 billion yuan, of which airlines lost 20.96 billion yuan.
Data from the Civil Aviation Administration of China showed that in February, the number of passengers traveling by air fell 84.5% year-on-year to 8.34 million.
The stagnation of the Asian aviation industry has brought volatility to Titanium disilicide.
Overview of titanium disilicide
Titanium disilicide TiSi2 powder (CAS 12039-83-7) has high melting point, high corrosion resistance, high oxidation resistance, good electrical conductivity, high temperature ductility, and the intermediate phase of the binary alloy system.
The main irritant effects:
On the skin: Irritating to the skin and mucous membranes
Above the eyes: the effects of irritation
Sensitization: no known sensitization
Application of titanium disilicide
Due to the low membrane resistivity, high melting point, and stable chemical properties, titanium disilicide has broad application prospects in the fields of microelectronics, aerospace, marine and submarine manufacturing, medical treatment, and jewelry manufacturing. Titanium disilicide TiSi2 powder is used in microelectronics and semiconductors, aerospace high-temperature materials, coatings, and ceramic materials. In integrated circuit devices, titanium silicide is widely used in metal oxide semiconductor (MOS) and metal oxide semiconductor field effect transistors (MOSFET). And dynamic random access memory (DRAM) gates, source/drain, interconnects and ohmic contacts are being manufactured.
Titanium disilicide price
The price of titanium disilicide varies randomly with changes in production costs, transportation costs, international situations, exchange rates, and titanium disilicide market supply and demand. Tanki New Materials Co., Ltd. aims to help various industries and chemical wholesalers find high-quality, low-cost nanomaterials and chemicals by providing a full set of customized services. If you are looking for titanium disilicide materials, please feel free to contact to get the latest titanium disilicide prices.
Suppliers of titanium disilicide
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Technical parameters of titanium disilicide TiSi2 powder
|Product Name||MF||Purity||Particle Size||Melting Point||Density||Color|
|titanium silicide||TiSi2||99%||5-10um||1620℃||4.0 g/cm3||black|
The chemical composition of titanium disilicide TiSi2 powder
Southern Copper Corp (SCCO.N) recently said its Peruvian mine remained closed after a six-week standoff with protesters and blamed the Peruvian government for failing to intervene in the safety of its 1,300 workers and their families.
The company said in a statement that a recent agreement to end protests at the Cuajone mine required the company to withdraw complaints against protest leaders because railways transporting minerals and supplies remained blocked. Production has been suspended since the end of February.
Peru's Energy Ministry said in a separate statement that it had also reached an agreement with Southern Copper to start talks to find common ground with local communities.
"If we shut down for a year, the government will stop receiving more than 3.1 billion soles ($830 million) in taxes and royalties, and 8,000 direct and indirect jobs will be lost. This is what we want to avoid, "Southern Copper added in the statement.
Peru has faced a wave of protests from indigenous communities, who accuse mining companies of not providing enough jobs and funding to poor local residents.
Central bank officials said last week that protests against copper mines such as MMG's Las Bambas and Southern Copper's Cuajone were dragging down the economy.
Peru is the world's second-largest copper producer and mining is an important source of tax revenue for the country. It is estimated that the supply and prices of the Titanium disilicide will be influenced by that.