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Manganese Silicide Powder

Manganese Silicide Powder

Manganese Silicide Powder
Product No NRE-11174
CAS No. 12032-86-9
Formula MnSi2
Density NA
APS <40µm (Can be Customized)
Purity 99.9%
Form Powder
Molecular Weight 111.109 g/mol


Certificate Of Analysis
Mn 49.4%
Si 50.5%
W 0.02%
S 0.03%
Co 0.02%
Sn 0.01%
O 0.01%

Manganese Silicide Powder

Manganese silicide powder finds applications in various fields due to its unique properties and characteristics. Some of its key applications include:

Semiconductor industry: Manganese silicide powder is utilized in the production of semiconductors, particularly for the fabrication of integrated circuits and other electronic components.

Metallurgy: It is used as an additive in the production of various metallic alloys, especially those used in the manufacturing of steel, cast iron, and other high-strength alloys.

Catalysis: Manganese silicide powder can serve as a catalyst in certain chemical reactions, making it valuable in industrial chemical processes and the production of certain chemicals.

Thermal spraying: It can be used in thermal spray coatings to enhance the surface properties of various materials, such as improving resistance to wear, corrosion, and oxidation.

Additive manufacturing: Manganese silicide powder is also utilized in additive manufacturing processes like 3D printing, especially in the production of high-performance parts and components.

Research and development: MnSi2 powder is used as a research material in various scientific studies, particularly in the field of materials science, due to its unique properties and potential applications in advanced technologies.

Energy storage: It has been explored for potential applications in the development of energy storage devices, such as batteries and supercapacitors, owing to its electrochemical properties.

Magnetic materials: MnSi2 powder can be utilized in the production of magnetic materials, particularly for applications that require materials with specific magnetic properties, such as in the manufacturing of magnets and magnetic recording media.