What is the applicable scope of FeSi2 iron disilicide powder?
Russian crude oil shipments to Italian and Turkish ports rose to multi-week highs, suggesting that some southern European countries are quietly returning to the Russian oil market.
Specific figures show that Russian crude oil deliveries to Italian refineries rose to their highest level in seven weeks in the week to August 5, while shipments to Turkey reached the highest level in six weeks.
Separately, Spain received its first Urals this week since April, and Greece last week received its first shipments of crude from the Baltic Sea since February.
There are still four months to go before the EU sanctions on Rosneft come into effect. The recent increase in the flow of goods to several European countries has raised doubts about the implementation of the ban.
In addition to some southern European countries began to import Russian oil, Japan also reiterated that it will retain its stake in Russia's "Sakhalin 1" oil and gas project.
Last week, Russian President Putin signed an order banning personnel from "unfriendly" countries and regions, including Japan, from trading shares in Russian strategic projects, energy mining companies and some banks before the end of this year. It also mentioned the oil and gas project including "Sakhalin 1".
Because of the turbulent international situation, the supply and prices of many international bulk Iron Disilicide are still very uncertain.
Iron disilicide FeSi2 powder overview
Iron disilicide is an inorganic silicon compound with a molecular formula of FeSi2 and a molecular weight of 119.975. It is a gray powder, odorless, tetragonal crystals.
How is iron disilicide FeSi2 powder produced
A new catalytic material of supported silicide and iron silicide was successfully synthesized by the direct silicide method. The supported precursor and ferric oxide were successfully eliminated by co-precipitation, and then the precursor preparation was reduced to 3 h. Different phases of silicide-supported iron silicides were prepared under a hydrogen atmosphere at 400 °C and passed into a SiH4/H2 gas mixture at a suitable temperature for 15 min. The method has the advantages of small particle size, large specific area, strong sulfur resistance, and good catalytic activity and stability in the hydrodesulfurization reaction of mono-dibenzothiophene, and has potential application value.
Application of iron disilicide FeSi2 powder
Iron disilicide is used as a catalyst for hydrogen catalytic oxidation and methanation.
Iron disilicide is used as a deoxidizer for flux, humidity sensors, FeSi2 thermocouples and thermoelectric solar cells.
Iron disilicide is used in a variety of photovoltaic applications, such as lithium-ion batteries, light-emitting diodes (LEDs), and solar cells.
Iron disilicide price
The price of iron disilicide will fluctuate randomly due to factors such as Iron Disilicide are expected to continue to increase in the future.