Borides, Mechanical Engineering

Borides

Borides of Mo, W, Cr, Ti and Zr find extensive industrial application. They exhibit extremely high hardness, melting point from 1800 to 3000oC and good chemical resistance. Conversely, their application is, restricted to temperature of 1400oC where they begin to oxidize.

 

 

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