How do Max phases are made?
Different methods have been used to create Ternary MAX phases compounds and composites.
What are the advantages of Max phase material?
Materials made from max phase have unique combinations of electrical, mechanical, and chemical properties. They also exhibit metallic and ceramic properties in various environments. This includes high electrical and thermal conductivity as well as thermal shock resistance and damage tolerance. They also have high mechanical processability and a low coefficient of thermal expansion. Some MAX phase are also resistant against chemical erosion, like Ti3SiC2 and Cr2AlC. They are suitable for use in high-performance engines, thermal systems that resist damage, fatigue resistance, and rigidity at extreme temperatures. They may also be related to chemical bonding and the electronic structure of the MAX Phase. You can describe it as periodic changes in regions with high or low electron densities. This permits the development of nano-laminates with electronic structural similarity like Mo2BC, PdFe3N.
Due to its metal-like nature, the MAX phase is electrically and thermally conductive. MAX phase are more efficient than Ti in electrical and thermal conductivity. This can also be attributed to electronic structure.
MAX Phases are extremely hard but can still be machined like other metals. Although they can all be machined manually using hacksaws (some are 3x as tough as titanium) and the same density, others may require a bit more work. You can polish them to achieve a metallic luster due to their electrical conductivity. They resist thermal shock, are highly resistant to corrosion and do not corrode. Ti2AlC or Cr2AlC are antioxidant and corrosion-resistant. Due to the anisotropic electronic configuration of Ti3SiC2, polycrystalline Ti3SiC2’s thermoelectric potency is null.
This grade of MAX communication is typically hardy, light, and flexible at high temperatures. These compounds have a layered, atomic structure that allows for creep, fatigue, and strength even at extreme temperatures. These compounds exhibit unique deformations, including basal slip. Recent evidence has been reported of MAX phase being deformed at high temperatures and cross slip from a dislocation. The mechanical testing of the Ti3SiC2 cylinder revealed that it can be compressed multiple times at room temperatures with a stress maximum of 1 GPa. It will fully recover once the load is removed and dissipate 25% of its energy. The unique mechanical properties found in MAX phase can be characterized to reveal kink-nonlinear solids. This microscopic mechanism is called the initial kinkband (IKB). These IKB are not directly evidenced, so it is possible to speculate on other mechanisms. Recent research has revealed that the complex responses of highly anisotropic layers of microstructure can help explain the reversible Hysteresis loop in cyclic MAX polycrystal.
Why is Max used?
Thermal shock-resistant refractories are strong, durable, and machinable.
Element for heating at high temperatures
For nuclear applications, components that are resistant to neutron radiation
Carbide-derived Carbon Synthesis: Precursors
MXenes, which is the precursor to MXenes synthesization, is a two-dimensional type of transition metal carbide and nitride.
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