Titanium aluminum carbide (Ti3AlC2) belongs to the hexagonal crystal system
Titanium aluminum carbide (Ti3AlC2) belongs to the hexagonal crystal system and has the characteristics of metal and ceramics: it has the same conductivity and heat conduction as metal but also has the same high elastic modulus and excellent high-temperature mechanical properties as ceramic with good conductivity and heat conduction capability, high elastic modulus and low Vickers hardness, and good damage resistance capability. It can be machined at room temperature, producing plastic deformation at high temperatures. It also has good high-temperature stability and oxidation resistance. It also has good thermal shock, damage, and chemical corrosion resistance. MAX phase ceramics (including Ti3SiC2, Ti3AlC2, etc.) is a new processable conductive ceramics. These ceramics contain more than sixty ternary carbides or nitrides. M stands for the front metal element of the transition group; A represents the elements of the main group, mainly the elements of the third group and the fourth group; X is for carbon or nitrogen. Ti3SiC2 is the most widely studied. Ti3SiC2 was successfully synthesized by hot pressing in 1996 by Professor Barsoum M of Drexel University in the United States, and its excellent properties were found. Due to its unique nanometer-layered crystal structure, this ceramic material has properties such as oxidation resistance, self-lubrication, high fracture toughness at room temperature, and conductivity. This material can be widely used as high-temperature structural, electrode brush, chemical anticorrosive, and high-temperature heating elements. The products are mainly used for high-temperature coatings, MXene precursors, conductive self-lubricating ceramics, lithium-ion batteries, supercapacitors, and electrochemical catalysis. If you are looking for high quality, high purity, and cost-effective Titanium Aluminum Carbide, or if you require the latest price of Titanium Aluminum Carbide, please feel free to email contact mis-asia.