Zirconium disulfide is gray powder with metallic lustre, which is a semiconductor material. It is relatively stable and don’t decompose by water, which doesn’t oxidize in air too. It is insoluble in water, dilute acid and alkali and most organic solution. When heating to red hot, it fires and turns into zirconium dioxide. When temperature above 800℃, it would’t melt and would decompose or sublime directly. Zirconium oxide and carbon disulfide are the raw material.
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