Alloy passability

All types of alloys have the following general characteristics: (1) Most alloys have a melting point lower than the melting point of any of the constituent metals of the composition; (2) The hardness is generally greater than the hardness of any of the components; (Special case: the sodium-potassium alloy is liquid, used for the thermal […]


Alloy type classification

(1) a mixture alloy (eutectic mixture), an alloy formed by crystallizing the components of the alloy when the liquid alloy is solidified, such as solder, cadmium-cadmium alloy, etc.; (2) a solid solution alloy, an alloy forming a solid solution when the liquid alloy solidifies, such as a gold-silver alloy; (3) An intermetallic compound, an alloy […]


Alloy Production synthesis

A metal material having a metallic property formed by alloying processes (melting, mechanical alloying, sintering, vapor deposition, etc.) of two or more metal elements or other non-metal elements based on a metal is often called an alloy. . But the alloy may contain only one metal element, such as steel. (Steel, a general term for […]


Alloy Introduction

An alloy is a material having metallic properties synthesized by a certain method from two or more metals and metals or nonmetals. Generally obtained by melting a homogeneous liquid and solidifying. According to the number of constituent elements, it can be divided into binary alloys, ternary alloys and multicomponent alloys. The alloy is a macroscopically […]


Alloy history

The production of alloys by humans began with the production of bronzes. The earliest alloys in the world were made by the Babylonians. The ancient Babylonians the first countries in the world to research and produce alloys. In the Shang Dynasty (more than 3,000 years ago), the bronze (copper-tin alloy) process was very developed; it […]



Alloy A solid product having a metallic property obtained by mixing and melting a metal with another metal or non-metals and cooling and solidifying. Advantage High hardness, good heat resistance and corrosion resistance Method Smelting, sintering, etc.


Emerging Technologies Ⅳ

Holographic glass A holographic diffractive glass developed by a research team in Boston, USA, concentrates light of certain colors into a selected orientation. Use this glass window to break down the natural light into a spectral combination and direct the light to the ceiling and reflect it to every corner of the room. Even in […]


Emerging Technologies Ⅲ

Anti-theft glass The glass developed by a Hungarian research institute is a multi-layered structure with extremely thin metal wires embedded in the middle of each layer. When the thief breaks the glass, the alarm system connected to the metal wire will immediately give an alarm signal. Soundproof glass A Japanese company introduced technology from Germany […]


Emerging Technologies Ⅱ

Bulletproof Bulletproof glass is a composite material specially processed from glass (or plexiglass) and high-quality engineering plastics. It is usually a transparent material, such as PVB/polycarbonate thermoplastic (generally lexan resin) Also called LEXAN PC RESIN). It has the appearance of ordinary glass and the act of transmitting light, which provides certain protection for the shooting […]


Emerging Technologies Ⅰ

Glass is an ancient building material. With the rapid advancement of modern technology and the ever-changing application technology, various unique glass have come out and thrived the glass family. Not broken An aircraft manufacturing company in the UK invented a non-broken glass for use on an airplane. It is a multi-layer glass with a crumb-bonded […]