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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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It should be noted that the introduction to these CMs (5-10)% reinforcing fillers (refractory oxides, nitrides, borides and carbides) leads to an increase in the resistance of their metal matrix to force loads.
In this case of hardening, the hardened zone is a solid solution of boron in [alpha]-titanium and a small amount of titanium borides Ti[B.
Borides can exist as a wide range of compositions and display structural features, which depends strongly on the metal and boron ratio.
Consequently, we can record with greater accuracy the initial stages of appearance of both the BCC crystals and of the borides.
This volume contains 12 invited papers on ultra-high-temperature ceramics, refractory borides, and oxide ceramics, including their composites, intermetallics, and CMCs.
He also discovered and characterized many icosahedral boron-rich rare-earth borides.
The best protectors are presumably the high-melting-point oxides, carbides, and borides of W, Mo, Nb, Ti, Zr, etc.
3](BC) which microhardness is lower than microhardness borides.
As previously indicated, the cobalt borides are chemically stable.
The most refractory materials known, carbides like tantalum carbide, borides and sulphides, and a few elements like hafnium, have melting points approaching 4000 [degrees] F.