What is Titanium Carbide?

How do you define it? Titanium Carbide ? TiC has the chemical formula, while its molecular mass is 59.89. Gray metallic, cubic lattice solid. The melting point, boiling point, and relative density are 3140+-90 and 4820 respectively. A hardness greater than 9 is possible. Water is insoluble, but it can be soluble with nitric acid or aqua regia. It can react with pure oxygen at 1150°C and is therefore stable in air below 800°C. Produced method: This mixture of titanium and carbon is ma


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