Iron Silicon Alloy Nanoparticles
|Iron Silicon Alloy Nanoparticles|
|Product No||NRE- 2018|
|APS||<100nm (Can be Customized)|
|Molecular Weight||83.9305 g/mol|
|Melting Point||1220-1400 °C|
Iron Silicon Alloy Nanopowder
Probably no series of iron alloys have received more attention in recent years than the iron and silicon series. This is largely due to the fact that some of these alloys have demonstrated their superiority over pure iron and other iron alloys for some very important purposes in the electrical industry. The iron and silicon alloys have been carefully investigated by chemists, metallurgists, and physicists, so their properties are generally well known. The reason this series of leagues was once again the subject of an investigation is the discovery of the writer about two years ago. The magnetic properties of pure iron that melts under vacuum are superior to any other type of iron known at that time. It was evident that this superiority was due to the purity of the iron produced by the vacuum process, the iron thus produced contained only 0.01% of carbon. As a result of this process, a new standard of iron purity was produced, so it became desirable to repeat the previous research on the properties of iron alloys with this new standard as a basis, and the current bulletin deals mainly with iron alloys and silicon-containing from 0.001 to 8.5% silicon. $ In addition to magnetic properties, the bulletin contains data on electrical and mechanical properties and provides chemical analyzes. Even microphotographs are shown in different leagues.