Tensile Behaviour of Pyrolytic Boron Nitride to 2,200° C

Abstract

BORON nitride is sometimes referred to as ‘inorganic graphite’ because its structure is like graphite with alternating boron and nitrogen atoms replacing the carbon atoms in the hexagonal structure. Its sublimation temperature (3,000° C) is somewhat lower than that of graphite. Boron nitride has been reported to have a greater oxidation resistance than… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/1961090a0

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