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!