Chromium Nitride Powder (CrN) is a...
Chromium Nitride Powder (CrN) is a black-grey powder with a cubic strain structure. It is stable at room temperature and pressure. It decomposes at 700~1200℃ under vacuum conditions. It is oxidized in the air above 800℃ to form Cr2O3. The purity and particle size can be tailored according to specific requirements.
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Chromium Nitride (CrN) Powder is the only material in nitride with antiferromagnetic properties, which has wide application prospects. HM provides high-quality Chromium Nitride (CrN) powder at a competitive price, which can be used as an excellent steelmaking alloy additive.
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Chromium Nitride (CrN) Powder has better wear resistance than titanium nitride. The nitrides of chromium are CrN and Cr2N, with CrN in a cubic strain structure and Cr2N in a hexagonal crystal system. CrN is insoluble in water and acid and has good chemical stability. CrN and Cr2N are metallurgical second phases of heat-resistant alloys and are used as strengthening additives, especially for special steels.
Chromium Nitride Powder synthetic methods:
Chromium nitrides have excellent physical and mechanical properties and are considered superior to the widely used TIN coating materials. CrN has been successfully applied to the protective coating of piston rings. Compared with other ceramic membranes, CrN membranes have better heat resistance in practical applications. Among the various nitride ceramics, CrN ceramics are of interest for their high hardness, good thermal stability (even at high temperatures), and proper thermal conductivity.
Chromium Nitride (CrN) Powder should be kept sealed and stored in a cool and dry place, and make sure the workroom is well-ventilated or exhausted. The vacuum packing is 1kg/bag, 25kg/drum, or as required.