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boride

A binary compound of boron with a more positive (or less electromagnetically basic) element or radical.
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The researches which have been lead by us by definition of phase structure of an electrospark covering at application as an electrode material of Steel 70 diffusion-borated have shown, that formation of a layer of mutual crystallization occurs in the extremely nonequilibrium conditions to what presence in surfaced a covering metastable of boride [Fe.
Semicontinuous boride precipitates observed metallographically were identified as complex borides of the [Fe.
These universal properties of the powdered alloys can be obtained by proper alloying with self-fluxing materials (such as boron) as well as with elements ensuring hardness such as carbides, borides, and carboborides of chromium and iron.
We believe that the yttrium-palladium boride carbide superconductor will prove to be the first of a new family of high-temperature [superconducting] intermetallic compounds, and we suggest that boride carbides (and borides) represent one road to high-temperature [superconductors] that is worthy of exploration," the Cava group writes.
Volume 329 of the journal, Defect and Diffusion Forum, comprises a handy compilation of data on dislocation reactions, and stacking-fault energies for a wide range of materials including carbon, carbides, nitrides, oxides, silica, silicates and borides.
Contract award: exercise of forest and agricultural services in forest district borides in 2015-2016.
Also chemically surface-modified fillers, platelets, fibers, whiskers, microspheres (monoclinic and stabilized), conductive additives, magnetic additives, oxides, borides, carbides, and nitrides.
Since there is no mutual solubility in the solid condition, solidification is accompanied by the formation of borides of chromium and nickel which precipitates at the grain boundaries of the parent metal, adjacent to the joint (Fig.
Overall, the series encompasses systems containing oxides; salts; semiconductor elements; borides, carbides, and nitrides for structural ceramics; high temperature superconductors; and electronic ceramics.
This project which was an integral part of the program at NBS to develop measurement methods and data to further the manufacture and use of ceramic materials, included a comprehensive review an d upgrade of data for selected borides, carbides, silicides, nitrides, oxynitrides, selenides, tellurides and oxides.