Boron Nitride (BN)
Misoriented interphase boundary between BN (precipitate) and SiC grains (within a silicon nitride particulate-reinforced silicon carbide composite)
Boron Nitride (BN), as one of the hardest and hardest materials, has a wide range of industrial applications. Although BN has a lower hardness than diamond, it is widely used in cutting tools due to its high chemical and thermal stability, especially for hardened steel materials.
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Boron nitride (BN) consists of boron-nitrogen covalent bonds and is commonly used as a refractory. Isoelectrically equivalent to the Sp 2 carbon lattice, BN is often compared to allotropes.
Is a crystalline material synthesized from boric anhydride and pure low-ash carbon materials in an electric furnace at 1,800 ° C–2,500 ° C (3,300 ° F–4,500 ° F). Its hardness is about 3,800 HV and it has good cutting ability in the form of loose particles. However, the low oxidation temperature is 430 ° C (800 ° F)
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