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By Martin Jansen

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The second one quantity on excessive functionality non-oxide ceramics, this article covers the homes, synthesis and functions of boron nitrides and likewise appears to be like at silicon nitride ceramics.

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The electrical resistivity depends on the BN content and can be adjusted from a few W/cm to more than 1010 W/cm. When the SiC content of the composites is high, the composites can be used as cutting tools [135]. BN additions reduce the friction coef®cient. Thus these composites are used for sliding parts [136]. 3 Coatings Coatings of h-BN are used in a wide range of applications due to the extraordinary properties of BN. BN coatings are used in the steel and iron Boron Nitrides ± Properties, Synthesis and Applications 21 Fig.

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Conventional cutting and milling tools made of hardmetal, high speed steel, Al2O3, SiC, BC, etc. g. factor of 7±50 higher compared to WC tools [152]). g. g. for grinding). 1 Dense PcBN Products A polycrystalline compact ± containing c-BN powder and a second phase ± can be sintered at parameters where c-BN is the stable phase (to prevent h-BN formation). Therefore, high-pressure high-temperature sintering is necessary, and the maximal diameter for the produced parts is limited by the dimension of the high pressure apparatus.

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