diamond paste

diamond paste

[′dī·mənd ‚pāst]
(materials)
An abrasive consisting of diamond dust in a viscous material.
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Then finish up using rouge, or as I like to do, diamond paste like this stuff in the tubes from DMT.
After storage in distilled water for 24 hours at 37[degrees]C, the IRC specimens were wet-polished with a sequence of SIC papers (1000-2000-2500 and 3000 grit) followed by the application of 1 [micro]m diamond paste (Diamond Polish, Ultradent, South Jordan, UT, USA) using a polishing machine (Buehler, Lake Bluff, IL, USA) at a rotation speed of 400 rpm.
They might also be ground into a powder and made into a diamond paste that is used for polishing or for very fine grinding.
The copper surface was grinded, polished by diamond paste (1 [micro]m finish) and cleaned by the ultrasonic cleaner.
"The only evidence we have for a higher hardness than diamond is the fact that we polished the rock section with a diamond paste and that our polymorph and polytypes were not polished by this material," said Ferroir.
The basic process can be described as "wire honing." A high-precision wire, coated with diamond paste, is fed through the bore feature of a rotating part.
For those samples that are water soluble, such a NaCI and KI we polish with kerosene as a lubricant for the diamond paste in a water and oil soluble carrier.
A 6 [[micro]meter] diamond paste is used for the first step with either canvas or nylon polishing cloths and a suitable lubricant/extender.
It turns out, however, that the 70-carbon fullerene works as well as diamond paste, says Manfred M.
There's even diamond paste in grits taking over where most stones end, and go up to 8,000 grit or higher!