All Categories
Compounds

Compounds

A compound is a pure substance composed of atoms of two or more elements (referring to the atomic types of different elements). Compounds are pure substances produced from chemical reactions, which must be separated by chemical methods. His composition is constant and can be represented by a chemical formula. In short, a compound is a chemical substance that is composed of two or more elements bound together by chemical bonds in a fixed molar ratio. Compounds can be broken down into simpler chemicals by chemical reactions. Compounds like methane (CH₄), glucose (C6H12O6), lead sulfate (PbSO₄) and carbon dioxide (CO2).

Welcome Inquiry

How much do you know about compounds?






Compounds are divided into organic compounds and inorganic compounds.

Organic compounds are compounds that contain carbon (but carbon-containing compounds are not necessarily organic). Compounds containing only carbon and hydrogen are called hydrocarbons. For example, methane (CH4) is an alkane, ethylene (C2H4) is an alkene, acetylene (C2H2) is an alkyne, and benzene (C6H6) is an aromatic hydrocarbon. Organic matter is a compound containing carbon (except CO2, CO, H2CO3 and carbonate) such as CH4, C2H5OH, CH3COOH all contain carbon (C) element.

Inorganic compounds do not contain hydrocarbons, such as H2O, KClO3, MnO2, KMnO4, NaOH, etc., are inorganic substances.



Inorganic substances can be specifically divided into the following categories:

Acids: Substances made of hydrogen and acid radical ions are acids. Such as HCl, HNO3, H2SO4. It should be noted that sulfamic acid, acetic acid, etc. are organic substances, which belong to sulfonic acids and carboxylic acids respectively, and they are also regarded as acids in a broad sense, without distinguishing whether they are inorganic substances or not.

Bases: Substances made up of cations and hydroxide ions are bases. Such as LiOH, NaOH, Ca(OH)2, NH3·H2O, NH2OH, etc.

Salt: A substance composed of cations and acid radical ions is a salt, such as K2SO4, HgCl2, Ba(NO3)2, etc. They respectively have K+, Hg2+, Ba2+ ions and corresponding acid radical ions SO42-, Cl- and NO3-. Cu(CH3COO)2 is copper acetate, although it contains acid radicals of acetic acid (organic acid), it is still considered inorganic.

Oxide: A compound composed of two elements and one of which is negative oxygen is an oxide, such as CeO2, MnO2, K2O, NiO, etc.

Carbide: A compound composed of two elements and one of which is negative carbon is a carbide, such as WC, CaC2, Fe3C, etc.

Nitride: A compound composed of two elements and one of which is negative nitrogen is a nitride, such as BN, Si3N4, Mg3N2, etc.




Metallic compounds



Metallic compounds and intermetallic compounds refer to compounds formed by metals and metals or metals and metalloids (such as H, B, N, S, P, C, Si, etc.). The applications of metals and intermetallic compounds are mainly as functional materials, shape memory materials and superconducting materials. The thermoelectric conversion functional material MoSi2 is not a typical intermetallic compound, but a sign from an intermetallic compound to a metal and nonmetal compound (silicon is not a metal but a semiconductor). Nevertheless, it is customary to classify silicon compounds as intermetallic compounds. Because it has many similarities with metals. There is also a main class of compounds formed by elements of Group IIIA and Group VA, such as InSb, GeAs, InAs, etc. The constituent elements of these phases include metals, semimetals and nonmetals, and the formed compounds are semiconductors, which do not belong to Intermetallic compounds with metallic properties.






At present, the main objects of our research are metal compounds and intermetallic compounds, which are an important part of many industrial and scientific research materials. Up to now, the wide range of applications and varieties are still in the field of functional materials with characteristics in optical, electrical, magnetic, superconducting and functional conversion.



For the preparation of metals and intermetallic compounds, we mainly use the following methods:

Self-spreading high temperature synthesis

Self-propagating high-temperature synthesis is a technique for synthesising materials using the self-heating and self-conducting effects of the reaction heat generated by a chemical reaction. Usually the reaction to argon or nitrogen as a protective atmosphere, ignition of the powder billet to produce a chemical reaction, the generation of heat so that the neighbouring powder temperature rises abruptly, triggering a chemical reaction, and in the form of a combustion wave spreads through the entire reaction, the combustion wave continues to implement the forward movement of the reactants into the end product.

Discharge plasma sintering

Discharge plasma sintering is the use of pulsed high current applied directly to the mould and the sample, thereby generating body heating, so that the sintered sample is rapidly warmed up, while the pulse current caused by the discharge effect between the particles, so that the particles of the local surface of the high temperature and melting, the surface of the material flaking, purified the surface of the particles, to achieve rapid sintering, and can effectively inhibit the particles to grow up.

Mechanical alloying

Mechanical alloying is a high-energy ball milling technique for the preparation of alloy powders, usually dry. Mutual collisions between the grinding balls and the powder cause flattening and work-hardening of the plastic powder, leading to particle overlap, surface contact and cold welding. The formation of multi-layer composite powder particles composed of various components, while the work hardening layer and composite particles fracture, cold welding and fracture constantly repeated, as well as sufficient kneading and mixing, so that the powder refinement and more uniform, and then the formation of prefabricated composite particles. Due to the large number of defects and nano-microstructure within the composite particles. Further high-energy ball milling occurs when the solid state reaction, the formation of new materials.

Directed Coagulation Technology

Directional solidification refers to the use of forced means in the solidification process, in the solidified metal and not solidified between the melt to establish a temperature gradient along a specific direction, so that the melt nucleation, along the direction opposite to the heat flow, according to the required crystallographic orientation for solidification. Directional solidification technology can better control the grain orientation of the solidified organisation, eliminating transverse grain boundaries, obtaining column crystal or single crystal organisation, and improving the longitudinal mechanical properties of the material.

Hot pressing and hot isostatic pressing

Hot pressing method and hot isostatic pressing method is powder pressing and sintering process at the same time, the basic principle of the two are the same, the main difference is the different ways of pressure. Hot pressing method is a one-way or two-way force, and hot isostatic pressing method is in all directions of the specimen are applied to the same pressure, so it can effectively eliminate the residual porosity of the product, to get close to the completely dense material, especially for some of the refractory intermetallic compounds should not be pressed and sintered.

Why Choose Us

Purchase Process

  • Inquiry

    Customer send RFQ by email

    - Material

    - Purity

    - Dimension

    - Quantity

    - Drawing

  • Quotation

    Reply within 24 hours by email

    - Price

    - Shipping Cost

    - Lead time

  • Negotiation

    Confirm the details

    - Payment terms

    - Trade terms

    - Packing details

    - Delivery time

  • Order Confirmation

    Confirm one of the documents

    - Purchase order

    - Proforma Invoice

    - Formal quotation

  • Payment Arrangement

    Payment terms

    - T/T

    - PayPal

    - AliPay

    - Credit card

  • Production Schedule

    Release a production plan

  • Delivery Confirmation

    Confirm the details

    Commercial Invoice

    Packing list

    Packing pictures

    Quality Certificate

  • Shipping

    Transportation Way

    By Express: DHL, FedEx, TNT, UPS

    By air

    By sea

  • Receipt confirmation

    Customers make customs clearance and receive the package

  • Transaction Complete

    Looking forward to the next cooperation