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Nitride technical ceramics are compounds including Nitrogen without Oxygen. They are among the hardest of available technical ceramics especially at high temperature. They can feature excellent thermal shock resistance and electrical resistance with some also offering good thermal conductivity.

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Aluminum Nitride was first synthesized in 1877, but it was not until the middle of the 1980s that its potential for application in microelectronics...

Sialon is a reacted mixture of SiN, SiO2, Al2O3 and AlN Sialon is really a generic term for the technical ceramic comprised of silicon, aluminum, oxygen and...

Key properties of this material include thermal shock resistance as well as fracture toughness.  These coupled with high temperature strength and wear resistance even...

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