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Category: Advanced Ceramics

How to Test Hardness of Ceramic Materials

How to Test Hardness of Ceramic Materials?

Ceramic materials, especially technical ceramics, are used in various applications where their mechanical strength and resistance to external forces, such as corrosion,

Silicon Carbide Abrasive Vs. Aluminum Oxide Abrasive

Silicon carbide and aluminum oxide are the two most commonly used abrasives. When choosing between any of these two, an

An Introduction to Silicon Carbide Abrasives

Silicon carbide is an important ceramic material known for its excellent hardness. Its hardness is only surpassed by diamond, cubic boron

What is Aluminum Nitride Ceramic

What is Aluminum Nitride Ceramic?

Aluminum nitride (AIN) is known for its high thermal conductivity and remarkable electrical insulation properties. It is a common ceramic

Everything You Need to Know about Alumina Ceramics

Alumina ceramics are advanced ceramic materials basically composed of aluminum and oxygen. Alumina ceramics are favored among many manufacturers for

Features and Applications of LaB6 Filaments

LaB6 Filaments are also known as lanthanum hexaboride filaments. These filaments are made from a chemical compound composed of lanthanum

Boron Nitride Nanotubes and Their Applications

Boron Nitride Nanotubes and Their Applications

Boron nitride nanotubes have structural similarities with carbon nanotubes. However, where carbon nanotubes are made with carbon, boron nitride nanotubes

How Long Can a Dental Crown Last?

A dental crown is an artificially fabricated tooth implant covering damaged or diseased teeth. Dental crowns are typically long-lasing, but

What are the Materials Used to Make Dental Crown?

Dental crowns are a staple solution in almost every dental clinic. Have you ever wondered what materials dental crowns are

Advanced Ceramics Background, Types, and Applications

Advanced Ceramics: Background, Types, and Applications

Background The name ‘Ceramic’ was derived from the Greek word ‘keramikos’ meaning ‘of pottery’. Ceramics are mainly known as inorganic