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Carbides

Nanocrystalline IRON CARBIDE

Iron carbide (Fe3C, density 7.73 gm/cc) is the most important phase in steel, mainly responsible for the mechanical properties of steel. However it is very hard to obtain, as it is typically embedded in steel matrix and metastable.

 

Cenogen has indigenously developed and patented process for  synthesizing nanocrystalline iron carbide  powders and is involved in commercializing of the same.

 

Iron-Carbon alloys are of great importance in technology of steel and in industry. Fe-C alloy attracted attention due to its weight in steel industry. Iron- carbon alloys are fabricated by conventional method, in steel making processes, from liquid state.

 

 

 

Silicon carbide (SiC, density 3.21 gm/cc) is an only chemical compound of carbon and silicon. It is an excellent abrasive and has been produced and made into grinding wheels and other abrasive products for over one hundred years.

Cenogen has indigenously developed and patented process for  synthesizing nanocrystalline silicon carbide  powders and is involved in commercializing of the same.

 

It is used in abrasives, refractories, ceramics, and numerous high-performance applications. The material can also be made an electrical conductor and has applications in resistance heating, flame igniters and electronic components. Structural and wear applications are constantly developing.

 

Titanium carbide (TiC, density 4.93 gm/cc) is an extremely hard refractory ceramic material. It is commercially used in tool bits. It is mainly used in preparation of cermets, which are frequently used to machine steel materials at high cutting speed

Cenogen has indigenously developed and patented process for  synthesizing nanocrystalline titanium carbide  powders and is involved in commercializing of the same.

 

Titanium-Carbon material are sometimes called high-tech ceramics and is used as a heat shield for atmospheric reentry of spacecraft. The substance may be also polished and used in scratch-proof watches.