Molybdenum Metal exhibits improved thermal conductivity.

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Molybdenum Metal is available in the form of silver–white (piece) or grey (powder). Metal is used in the formation of semi-finished products such as rods, wires, sheets and tubes. Product when alloyed with steel becomes more corrosion resistant and harder.

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Mokawa Supplies New and Innovative Metal - Molybdenum

Mokawa supplies a new and innovative metal called Molybdenum which is a silver–white (in one piece) or grey (powder), stretchable and polishable heavy metal that is hard and brittle yet still easy to process. Molybdenum is among the high-melting-heavy metals, meaning it is characterised by, among other things, its high melting point, good thermal conductivity and low thermal expansion. In the past, molybdenum was often mistaken for lead. Molybdenum is processed to form semi-finished products such as rods, wires, sheets and tubes, which are used in the lamp industry, in glass manufacturing, as components for jet engines, rockets and in high temperature nuclear reactors. Steel alloyed with Molybdenum becomes significantly harder, more robust and more resistant to corrosion with the additions of just small amounts of molybdenum.

MOKAWA concentrates in the acquisition and manufacturing of special metals, refractory metals, and rare earth metals. Buyers can purchase from their portfolio of high quality metals and parts in varying quantities at competitive prices. They cater to a range of organizations with differing needs from small orders for research universities to bulk ordering for large corporations.

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