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  • Analysis of Trace Elements in Tungsten Carbide using the Teledyne Leeman Labs Prodigy DC Arc
    Tungsten carbide is a fine gray powder with a melting point of 2870ºC and a hardness of 8.5-9.0, surpassed in hardness only by diamond materials. Tungsten carbide is produced via reaction between tungsten metal and carbon at high temperatures; it is not a naturally occurring compound. The hardness
  • Refractory Hard Metals
    are made by conventional powder-metallurgy compacting and sintering methods. Many metal carbides such as SiC and BC are not RHMs but are true ceramics. The fine distinction is in particle bonding: RHMs are always bonded together by a metal matrix, whereas ceramic particles are self-bonded. Some

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