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Boron amorphous (B)
from H.C. Starck Inc. - Fabricated Products Group

Boron has the highest tensile strength and the second highest hardness – only diamond carbon is harder. Under increasing temperatures boron exhibits an above-average increase in its electrical conductivity. The various boron modifications have physical and chemical similarities with carbides,... [See More]

  • Metal / Alloy System: Refractory / Reactive; Specialty, Miscellaneous or Unlisted Alloy; Boron
  • Type / Function: Alloying - Microalloying