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Optical Properties of Lanthanum Titanate Evaporation Films

Optical Properties of Lanthanum Titanate Evaporation Films

In the field of thin-film technology, coating materials with low loss absorption, excellent mechanical properties, easy preparation, and stable performance have always been the materials of choice for process and designers. The lanthanum titanate film shows incomparable superior performance in this respect. Lanthanum titanate evaporation materials are important materials for lanthanum titanate film manufacturing. The lanthanum titanate crystal La2Ti2O7 belongs to the monoclinic system and has a perovskite-like structure. The space group at room temperature is P21. Lanthanum titanate crystals have good…

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Application of Titanium in Automobile Engines

Application of Titanium in Automobile Engines

Titanium has the advantages of lightweight and high strength. When it is used as an internal combustion engine component, it can improve the performance of the machine. Titanium parts were first studied as racing motorcycle parts, but it is difficult to use titanium parts in mass-market applications because of the high price. In recent years, due to environmental issues, not only four-wheelers (cars), but also two-wheelers (motorcycles or mass-market cars) also had strict rules. People’s requirements for low-emission technology and…

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3 Major Functions and 10 Characteristics of Titanium

3 Major Functions and 10 Characteristics of Titanium

Functional materials are engineering materials based on physical properties, that is, materials with special properties in electrical, magnetic, acoustic, optical, thermal, etc., or materials that exhibit special functions under their action. Studies on titanium and titanium alloys have found that they have three special functions for application: Memory function: Titanium-nickel alloy has a one-way, two-way and all-round memory effect at a certain ambient temperature and is recognized as the best memory alloy. Pipe joints for oil pressure systems for fighters;…

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Do You Know That Titanium Will Change Color?

Do You Know That Titanium Will Change Color?

In recent years, titanium pots made of pure titanium have become popular in everyone’s kitchens due to their corrosion resistance, light weight, high temperature resistance and no precipitation of heavy metals. After the titanium pot was used for a long time, many people found that it would change color. For example, when cooking, it was yellow; when the pot was cooled, it turned back to silvery white. Why does the titanium pot change color? This has a lot to do…

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Advantages of the Titanium Film Sounding Unit

Advantages of the Titanium Film Sounding Unit

Titanium is a metallic element, gray, with an atomic number of 22 and a relative atomic mass of 47.87. It can be burned in nitrogen and has a high melting point. Titanium and titanium-based alloys are new structural materials used primarily in the aerospace and marine industries. Titanium also has many outstanding features: such as low density, high specific strength, corrosion resistance, heat resistance, low temperature resistance, strong damping resistance, non-magnetic, non-toxic, strong tensile strength and its yield strength, heat…

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3 Types of Coatings to Prevent Blockage of Titanium Alloy Pipes Used in Marine

3 Types of Coatings to Prevent Blockage of Titanium Alloy Pipes Used in Marine

Although titanium alloys have good corrosion resistance in seawater, the surface of the alloy is prone to grow marine animals, most of which are lime worms, algae and a small amount of oysters. After removing the marine organisms on the surface of the alloy, it was found that the surface of the titanium alloy was not corroded, which means that marine organisms and microorganisms would not cause corrosion to the titanium alloy. Therefore, preventing the blockage of titanium alloy pipes only considers…

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Industrial Applications of the Valuable Metal Titanium

Industrial Applications of the Valuable Metal Titanium

The metal element titanium is widely distributed in the earth’s crust, and its content is about 0.4% of the crustal mass. The world reserve of titanium is about 3.4 billion tons and ranks 10th among all elements (oxygen, silicon, aluminum, iron, calcium, sodium, potassium, magnesium, hydrogen, titanium). Its abundant reserve provides a major source of raw materials for the production and development of titanium and titanium alloys. Since the 1950s, the types of titanium alloys have evolved from the 1954 Ti-6Al-4V alloy…

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