Molybdenum Copper (Mo-Cu) Series

Molybdenum-copper alloys are used as heat sink materials due to their high thermal conductivity. The properties of these two alloys are close, and the density of molybdenum-copper alloys is less than that of tungsten-copper alloys. The preparation of molybdenum copper alloy is mainly by melting and leaching method, using high quality molybdenum powder and oxygen-free copper powder, and applying isostatic pressing (high temperature sintering-copper infiltration), with fine organization, good arc breaking performance, good electrical conductivity, good thermal conductivity and small thermal expansion. Japan's Tokyo Tungsten Company to obtain the molybdenum copper alloy production patent, the use of chemical activation sintering method.
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