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We are a main supplier of 99.5% molybdenum disulfide in China. We can supply you 99.5% molybdenum disulfide with competitive price. The details of the product as follow
Molybdenum disulfide is the inorganic compound with the formula MoS2. This black crystalline sulfide of molybdenum occurs as the mineral molybdenite. It is the principal ore from which molybdenum metal is extracted. The natural amorphous form is known as the rarer mineral jordisite. MoS2 is less reactive than other transition metal chalcogenides, being unaffected by dilute acids. In its appearance and feel, molybdenum disulfide is similar to graphite. Indeed, like graphite, it is widely used as a solid lubricant because of its low friction properties, sometimes to relatively high temperatures. 

Structure and physical properties: 

In MoS2, each Mo(IV) center is trigonal prismatic, being bound to six sulfide ligands, each of which is pyramidal. The trigonal prisms are interconnected to give a layered structure, wherein molybdenum atoms are sandwiched between layers of sulfur atoms. [2] Because of the weak van der Waals interactions between the sheets of sulfide atoms, MoS2 has a low coefficient of friction, resulting in its lubricating properties. Other layered inorganic materials exhibit lubricating properties (collectively known as solid lubricants or dry lubricants) including graphite, which requires volatile additives, and hexagonal boron nitride. MoS2 is diamagnetic and a semiconductor. 

Use as lubricant: 

MoS2 with particle sizes in the range of 1-100 µ M is a common dry lubricant&period; Few alternatives exist that can confer the high lubricity and stability up to 350 ° C in oxidizing environments&period; Sliding friction tests of MoS2 using a pin on disc tester at low loads &lpar;0&period;1-2 N&rpar; give friction coefficient values of <0&period;1&period; 

Molybdenum disulfide is often a component of blends and composites where low friction is sought&period; A variety of oils and greases are used&comma; because they retain their lubricity even in cases of almost complete oil loss&comma; thus finding a use in critical applications such as aircraft engines&period; When added to plastics&comma; MoS2 forms a composite with improved strength as well as reduced friction&period; Polymers that have been filled with MoS2 include nylon &lpar;with the trade name Nylatron&rpar;&comma; Teflon&comma; and Vespel&period; Self-lubricating composite coatings for high-temperature applications have been developed consisting of molybdenum disulfide and titanium nitride by chemical vapor deposition&period; 

Place of Origin&colon;
China &lpar;Mainland&rpar; Brand Name&colon; BRG Application&colon; Automotive Lubricant
Type&colon; Greases Specification&colon;   General Composition&colon; Additives
Model Number&colon; 4&percnt; color&colon; black powder package&colon; 25 kg&sol;drum
purity&colon; <4&percnt;