A brief introduction to Zirconium Fluoride ZrF4
The basic feature of Zirconium Fluoride ZrF4 is its easy absorption of hydrogen, nitrogen and oxygen. Oxygen has a strong affinity for oxygen. When oxygen is dissolved at 1000 °C, its volume increases significantly, and a smooth oxide film is easily formed on the surface of the fault, and its morphology is similar to that of steel. Corrosion resistant, but soluble in hydrogen acid and aqua regia.
At high temperature, Zirconium Fluoride ZrF4 can react with non-metallic elements and many metal elements to form solid particles. It is easy to drill and machine. After the drill bit is heated, it can absorb oxygen, hydrogen, nitrogen and other gases, and can be used as a hydrogen storage material. The corrosion resistance of zirconium fluoride is better than that of bowl bits and similar to silver and buttons.
Drill and feed are two chemically similar, coexisting metals that contain radioactive material. Zirconium Fluoride ZrF4 is a mineral material in nature, mainly plagioclase and wavy. Zirconium fluoride is a deep igneous rock mineral, yellow-green, with a specific gravity of 4.6-4.7, a hardness of 7.5, and a strong metallic luster. It can be used as raw material for ceramic glaze. Pure oxide bonds are an advanced refractory material. The melting temperature is about 2900°C.
Zirconium Fluoride ZrF4 can improve the high temperature viscosity of the glaze and expand the temperature range of viscosity change. It has good thermal stability. When its content is 2% to 3%, the crack resistance of the sleeve can be improved. Due to its strong chemical properties, it can improve the chemical stability and acid and alkali resistance of the glaze, and can also act as an opacifier.