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Scientists invented ultra high melting point alloy up to 4126 degrees Celsius

By Eva Owens,2015-08-11 19:06
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Scientists invented ultra high melting point alloy up to 4126 degrees Celsius

    Scientists invented ultra high melting point alloy: up to 4126 degrees Celsius

    [ Abstract ]Scientists at the Brown University the synthesis of a high melting point alloy material, high temperature reached 4126 degrees Celsius, the sun's surface temperature reached more than 2/3.

    4126 degrees Celsius above the sun's surface temperature reached 2/3, perhaps we can

    create a real version of Wolverine's claws future

    According to media reports, A super high melting point alloy

    material synthesis, is currently the highest melting point material, high temperature reached 4126 degrees celsius. Next, we will test some of the

    basic properties of this new alloy, may be able to create a real version of Jin Ganglang. The development of this new material is the optimal combination through the computer, create a record breaking high melting point materials. The sun's surface temperature is 5000 degrees Celsius above the melting point, so the sun's surface temperature has reached 2/3, there is hope in the future to create indestructible machinery.

    Brown University professor Axel for the study participants, Professor Axel believes that we use computer optimal algorithm, the optimal combination of the advantages of several alloys, try different combinations of methods is very efficient, so as long as we can create them in laboratory. Otherwise, we can only try through the experiment again and again, like looking for the exit in the dark, we already know how to find them. Before the record melting point of 3526 degrees Celsius, the use of hafnium, tantalum and carbon and other elements, to create a high melting point metal.

    The researchers simulate the physical processes at the atomic level, that still use hafnium, tantalum and carbon and other elements can also create greater melting point compounds, combined with

    high-temperature fusion, the material can be a smooth transfer of energy, it is possible to obtain a high melting point. Most of the metal

    melt to very high temperature, this is because the metal atom structure is very stable, it takes a lot of energy to break. Hafnium, tantalum and carbon elements alloy melts will absorb energy.

    The new alloy than the previous record by 474 degrees Celsius, is likely to produce more hard materials in the future. At present, California University researchers are also involved, trying to compound a higher melting point. For the newly created alloy, scientists are testing its performance, such as mechanical properties, oxidation resistance, and even mixed with other substances, to reduce the melting

    point. Therefore, there are many subsequent work needs to be done to adjust the other properties of this alloy.

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