boride


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boride

[′bȯr‚īd]
(inorganic chemistry)
A binary compound of boron and a metal formed by heating a mixture of the two elements.
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It should be noted that the introduction to these CMs (5-10)% reinforcing fillers (refractory oxides, nitrides, borides and carbides) leads to an increase in the resistance of their metal matrix to force loads.
Textured factor can be used to intensify boriding in the formation of hardened layers based either on titanium boride, or on a solid boron solution in titanium.
Rare earth and alkaline earth metal borides belong to the group of nonoxide type metal-like compounds and have high melting point, high chemical stability, stable specific resistance, low expansion coefficient at certain temperature ranges, diverse magnetic orders, and high neutron absorbability [1,2].
The section on extreme environments contains 24 papers on oxide-based ceramics and composites; nitride, carbide, and boride ceramics and composites, and non-destructive evaluation.
XRD patterns disclose the presence of complex ternary transition metal boride phases and to a smaller extent, binary boride phases, such as [Mo.
He retired from the Boride Research Group at NIMS, where he established the world's highest-temperature crystal-growth laboratory, especially for growing crystals of refractory materials such as rare-earth borides, transition metal borides, and carbides.
11:00-11:30 am--Durable Nickel Boride Coating Systems for Demanding Marine Applications--Yancy Riddle, UCT Coatings, Inc.
However, spatial variation of concentrations of common trace elements in groundwater such as boride and boron and the suitability of groundwater for drinking and irrigational needs were not included.
2] 7 820 Quartz (silicone dioxide-silica) Similar to tool steels -- 935 Chromium -- 1,160 Zirconia -- 1,250 Beryllia 8 1,340 Topaz (hydrous aluminum fluorosilicate) -- 1,360 Garnet -- 1,400- Tungsten carbide alloy 1,800 -- 1,550 Zirconium boride 9 -- Corundum Ruby or sapphire (aluminum fluorosilicate) aluminum oxides 9 1,800 Titanium nitride -- 1,880 Tungsten carbide -- 2,000 Tantalum carbide -- 2,100 Zirconium carbide -- 2,100 Alumina -- 2,410 Beryllium carbide -- 2,470 Titanium carbide -- 2,480 Silicone carbide -- 2,500 Aluminum boride -- 2,750 Boron carbide 10 7,000 Diamond (carbon) Table 4--hardness of fillers mixed in batch mixers (ref.
The chemistry of the core, revealed by thermal degradation, naphthalene anion, and by nickel boride reduction show the role played by the oxygen and sulfur linkages in holding major segments together.
USING THE LATEST TECHNOLOGIES: Replacing grinding operations with Cubic Boride Nitride inserts.