Tungsten

Tungsten is a valuable and rather rare refractory metal, which due to its unique characteristics is actively used in a number of industries. Tungsten has the highest melting point and lowest vapor pressure of all metals, and at temperatures over 1650°C has the highest tensile strength. It has excellent corrosion resistance and is attacked only slightly by most mineral acids. Along with an increase in temperature, the ductility of tungsten increases while maintaining the strength characteristics. Tungsten processing is carried out only at high temperatures, under ordinary conditions this material is quite brittle.
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Molybdenum

Molybdenum is a refractory metal, t (melting) - 2616 ° С. Molybdenum is characterized by a high melting point coupled with a low vapor pressure, high modulus of elasticity and high thermal stability. It is characterized by high corrosion resistance in melts and vapors of alkali metals.
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Ultra-high-temperature ceramics

Ceramics based on silicon carbide (SiC), Ceramics based on zirconia (ZrO2), Ceramics based on alumina (Al2O3), Ceramics based on ZTA Ceramics based on boron nitride (BN)
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Carbon-carbon composites and graphite

Compared with graphite, Carbon-carbon composites are characterized by low density (due to the porosity of the material), high specific strength and rigidity, which remain indefinitely in inert media at temperatures up to 3000 ° C (at higher temperatures, the properties depend on the rate of sublimation of carbon from the surface of the material), and nature of destruction.
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