molybdenum disulfide


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molybdenum disulfide

[mə′lib·də·nəm dī′səl‚fīd]
(inorganic chemistry)
MoS2 A black lustrous powder, melting at 1185°C, insoluble in water, soluble in aqua regia and concentrated sulfuric acid; used as a dry lubricant and an additive for greases and oils. Also known as molybdenum sulfide; molybdic sulfide.
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Typical Properties: 1 Colour : Grey Black 2 Penetration At 25 Deg C : 260-290 Worked 60 Strokes 3 Base Oil : Semi-Synthetic 4 Solid Lubricants: Molybdenum Disulfide 5 Evaporation At 99 Deg C: 3 Percent Maximum For 24 Hours 6 Copper Strip Corrosion.
Other 2-D nanomaterials such as silicene, graphyne, graphdiyne, grapahane and molybdenum disulfide are also under intense study.
Few years back, Sunkook Kim and his team at the Department of Electronics and Radio Engineering added to another sort of multilayered molybdenum disulfide (MoS2) thin film transistor (TFT) with inconceivably prevalent photoresponsivity, which can be as much as three orders higher than the prevalent phototransistors.
He wonders whether the same technique could magnetize a sheet of molybdenum disulfide, a material whose electronic properties resemble those of silicon.
30 ( ANI ): An Indian-origin researcher and his team demonstrated that a composite paper - made of interleaved molybdenum disulfide and graphene nanosheets - can be both an active material to efficiently store sodium atoms and a flexible current collector.
3),(4) Hard particles, such as silicon carbide, (5-7) aluminum oxide, (8),(9) titanium oxide,(10) silicon nitride, (11),(12) and diamond (13) enhance wear resistance of EN coating by increasing the hardness of the coating, while solid lubricant particles, such as polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE), (14-19) molybdenum disulfide (Mo[S.
Uniquely dispersed microscopic graphite, molybdenum disulfide, boron nitride or PTFE particles that are very slippery are said to create a durable, low friction lubricating film.
Molysulfide line of molybdenum disulfide is a solid lubricant supplied in three grades: technical, technical fine, and super fine.
Plus, each die-cast aluminum piston is infused with molybdenum disulfide and fitted with ion-plated oil control rings to further reduce friction.
The broadheads also have a coating of Molybdenum Disulfide, a naturally occurring mineral that is one of the slickest substances known to man.
The infusion of molybdenum disulfide into the microscopic pores of the bullet jacket has proven to reduce friction, lower pressures, and make barrel cleaning easier and less frequently necessary.