boride


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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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For inorganic nanofillers, the types of nanoparticles are carbides [58], nitrites [59-61, 73-77], borides [55], oxides [4, 5, 62, 65], metallic particles [17, 78], clay [4, 5, 35], CNT [54], and nanodiamond [56, 79].
So far, a number of theoretical and experimental works have been done to investigate the structural, electronic, and elastic properties of titanium borides [7-11], leaving their dynamical properties highly unexplored [12, 13].
Surface hardening of the alloys' layers after boriding occurs due to formation of the borated layer with the well-developed boride and diffusion transitional zones.
Rare earth and alkaline earth metal borides belong to the group of nonoxide type metal-like compounds and have high melting point, high chemical stability, stable specific resistance, low expansion coefficient at certain temperature ranges, diverse magnetic orders, and high neutron absorbability [1,2].
The primary function of Ultra-fast and Large-scale Boriding, developed by Argonne National Laboratory (Argonne, Ill.), Istanbul Technical University (Istanbul), and Bodycote Thermal Processing (Chicago), is to quickly convert the outer surfaces of metallic parts and components into a thick, hard boride layer, which can increase resistance to wear, abrasion, erosion, scuffing, and corrosion failures.
The section on extreme environments contains 24 papers on oxide-based ceramics and composites; nitride, carbide, and boride ceramics and composites, and non-destructive evaluation.
XRD patterns disclose the presence of complex ternary transition metal boride phases and to a smaller extent, binary boride phases, such as [Mo.sub.2][CoB.sub.2], MoCoB, CrB, and MoB, in the power and as-deposited coating (Fig.
in previous investigations another interesting result was obtained namely the crystallisation of the amorphous strips of [Fe.sub.80][Si.sub.6][Fe.sub.14] and [Fe.sub.77][Si.sub.8][B.sub.15] alloys takes place without the formation of the metastable boride [Fe.sub.3]B.
He retired from the Boride Research Group at NIMS, where he established the world's highest-temperature crystal-growth laboratory, especially for growing crystals of refractory materials such as rare-earth borides, transition metal borides, and carbides.
11:00-11:30 am--Durable Nickel Boride Coating Systems for Demanding Marine Applications--Yancy Riddle, UCT Coatings, Inc./Sea Trial Performance of Durable Nickel Boron Coating Propellers--Kyle Krueger, Rolls-Royce Naval Marine Inc.