Molybdenum Lanthanum Oxide Sheet

Molybdenum Lanthanum Oxide Properties

physical mechanical chemical properties of molybdenum

Molybdenum lanthanum oxide is often the alloy of choice when embrittlement after recrystallization must be avoided along with assurance of dimensional shape stability at high-temperatures.

Listed below are some of the properties that make molybdenum lanthanum oxide an important material in high temperature applications.

PHYSICAL PROPERTIES
Densitylb/in30.376
gm/cm310.30
Melting Point°F4784
°C2620
Electrical ResistivityMicro-ohm-cm5.17
Thermal ConductivityCal/cm2/cm °C/sec0.35
Specific Heat Cal/gm °C0.061
Recrystallization Temp°C (90% def)1300
Coefficient of Linear Thermal ExpansionMicro-in/ °F x 10 -64.90
Micro-in/ °C x 10 -62.70

 

MECHANICAL PROPERTIES
Tensile Strength (2mm Sheet; Longitudinal Direction)KSI (MPa)- 20 °C70 (480)
KSI (MPa)- 1000 °C22 (150)
KSI (MPa)- 1400°C12 (80)
Elongation @20°C% 15
Typical HardnessDPH/RC230
Modulus of Elasticity @20°CKSI/GPa46 (310)

 

CHEMISTRY
Minimum %99.30 - 99.70 Molybdenum (Mo)0.3 - 0.7 Lanthanum Oxide (La2O3)