niobium carbide


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niobium carbide

[nī′ō·bē·əm ′kär‚bīd]
(inorganic chemistry)
NbC A lavender gray powder with a melting point of 3500°C; used for carbide-tipped tools and special steels.
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The Gibbs free energy of niobium carbide formation is less than that of calcium carbide formation.
This means that due to the formation of niobium carbides the elasticity of the structure decreases and its fragility increases.
Lieber observed sawtooth titanium carbide nanorods and niobium carbide ones with a helical structure.
Lieber found the niobium carbide nanorods to be superconducting and the iron carbide ones ferromagnetic.
First-Principles Study of Structural, Electronic, Elastic, Phonon, and Thermodynamical Properties of the Niobium Carbide
On the background of the makings of the solid solution that single precipitates of the main secondary phases: complex niobium carbides (spectra 3, 4, Fig.
The grain boundaries of the parent metal contains single particles of the niobium carbides of irregular shape (Fig.
The results indicated that niobium silicides could be formed at the beginning, which blocked further reactions between carbon and niobium to form niobium carbides.