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Cobalt Boride Powder

Cobalt Boride Powder

Cobalt Boride Powder
Product No NRE-11070
CAS No. 12045-01-1
Formula Co2B
Density 7.25 g/cm³
APS <40µm (Can be Customized)
Purity 99.9%
Form Powder
Molecular Weight 128.6774 g/mol


Certificate Of Analysis
Co 91.5%
B 8.4%
O 0.02%
Ti 0.03%
Cr 0.02%
Sn 0.01%
Fe 0.01%

Cobalt Boride Powder

Cobalt boride powder, also known as cobalt boron, is a compound that has various applications in different fields. Its unique properties make it useful in several industries. Some of the key applications of cobalt boride powder include:

Hard Coatings: Cobalt boride powder is often used in the production of hard coatings due to its high hardness and wear resistance. These coatings find applications in cutting tools, molds, and components that require protection from wear and abrasion.

Electronics: Cobalt boride powder is employed in the electronics industry for its magnetic properties. It can be used in the production of magnetic materials, such as in the manufacturing of magnetic storage devices and magnetic sensors.

Catalysts: Co2B powder can act as a catalyst in various chemical reactions due to its catalytic properties. It finds application in catalytic processes, including hydrogenation and dehydrogenation reactions, as well as in the production of fine chemicals and pharmaceuticals.

Additive Manufacturing: With the increasing popularity of additive manufacturing or 3D printing, cobalt boride powder has found use in this field as a material for creating parts with specific properties, including high strength, corrosion resistance, and thermal stability.

Thermal Spray Coatings: Co2B powder is used in thermal spray coatings to provide enhanced wear resistance, corrosion resistance, and thermal insulation. These coatings are widely used in aerospace, automotive, and other industries where surfaces are subjected to extreme conditions.

Alloys: Co2B powder can be utilized in the production of high-performance alloys with improved mechanical and thermal properties. These alloys find applications in the aerospace industry, as well as in the manufacturing of high-strength and high-temperature components.

Energy Storage: Co2B powder has shown promise in energy storage applications, such as in the development of high-capacity and high-performance batteries and supercapacitors. Research is ongoing to explore its potential to improve the efficiency and storage capacity of energy storage devices.