titanium nitride


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titanium nitride

[tī′tā·nē·əm ′nī‚trīd]
(inorganic chemistry)
TiN Golden-brown brittle crystals melting at 2927°C; used in refractories, alloys, cermets, and semiconductors.
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In present study the Titanium nitride coatings on stainless steel implants were investigated for corrosion in prepared composition of Simulated Body Fluid and compared with uncoated implants.
Huang, The anticorrosion ability of titanium nitride (TiN) plating on an orthodontic metal bracket and its biocompatibility, J.
Ingo, GM, Kaciulis, S, Mezzi, A, Valente, T, Casadei, F, Gusmano, G, "Characterization of Composite Titanium Nitride Coatings Prepared by Reactive Plasma Spraying.
The deposition rate of the coating of titanium nitride and the current of the microelectric arc discharge of 165 A and operation of a single arcotron is 3.
The addition of upgraded fuel controls, titanium nitride compressor airfoils, and improved hot section components will upgrade the Sea Stallion's T64-GE-413 engines to the more powerful-416 model; the same changes to the Super Stallion's T64-GE-416 model engines will transform them into the more powerful-419 model.
The new Monster 1100 features a single-sided aluminium swingarm and race-oriented chassis, while the Monster 1100 S offers fully adjustable 43mm titanium nitride coated Ohlins forks, and progressive Ohlins rear shock absorber with adjustable pre-load and return damping.
Lewmar tested the original Titanium Nitride coating technology on the J-Class Shamrock Vin 2000, where the finish on the winches is still as good as the day they were fitted.
The tip portion of the drill includes a full thickness coating of Titanium Nitride that increases wear resistance at the cutting edge.
Unlike the case involving titanium nitride where there was no water available for reaction, aluminum nitride also can react with water from the sand mold to produce both nitrogen and hydrogen.
At the same time, they possess a low coefficient of friction, a low surface energy approaching that of Teflon, and a hardness that is greater than that of carbide or titanium nitride (TiN).
Phygen recently developed two new multi-layered titanium-aluminum and titanium nitride coatings (VeriPhy and CertiPhy) that are said to deliver excellent release properties but are not as abrasion resistant as the FortiPhy coating.