Reaction Of Liquid Steel With Diborides Of Refractory Metals

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in the reaction rate could be observed. That results in a higher reduction rate by the alkaline metals, which increases on the other side the water production. By the increase of water also the number of nuclei is decreasing. This results in a smaller amount of new nuclei but of a larger size of the crystals [24,27]. EXPERIMENTAL

Journal of the European Ceramic Society

systems, cutting tools, refractory crucibles, impact-resistant armours and plasma arc electrodes [1 3]. There are five niobium borides (Nb3B2, NbB, Nb5B6, Nb3B4, and NbB2) that have been experimentally reported and structurally well-determined in the Nb B system [1,4 7]. Niobium borides have received a great deal of attention owing to

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UC- 25 Metals, Ceramics and Materials (TID-4500, 16th Ed. ) Contract No. W-'7405-eng-92 PROGRESS RELATING TO CIVILIAN APPLICATIONS DURING DECEMBER, 1960 Russell W. Dayton Clyde R. Tipton, Jr. January 1, 1961 BATTELLE MEMORIAL INSTITUTE 505 King Avenue Columbus 1, Ohio