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  • Article - 8 Jan 2004
    Hafnium diboride (HfB2) is an extremely refractory material. Density and melting point data are provided for Hafnium Diboride (HfB2).
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    FELDCO INTERNATIONAL have been in the Technical Ceramic Materials business for over 10 yrs years with plenty of experience to be able to help you with all of your needs. We are currently based in...
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    Goodfellow supplies metals, ceramics and other materials to meet the research, development and specialist production requirements of science and industry worldwide. The Goodfellow group consists of...
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    Free Form Fibers created a new technology to manufacture high-performance fibers (HPF) at a substantially lower cost and environmental impact than competing processes. This company's proprietary...
  • Article - 21 Oct 2003
    Researchers at Sandia National Laboratories have developed ultrahigh temperature ceramics based on ziconium diboride, hafnium diboride and silicon carbide. They can withstand temperatures of up to...
  • Article - 12 Apr 2007
    Feldco International provide sputtering targets made in a vast array of materials in various sizes. A list of applications and indutrsies served for sputtering targets is provided as well as some of...
  • Article - 6 Oct 2006
    Feldco International manufacture a range of pressed technical ceramics, These include alumina, boron carbide, silicon carbide, boron nitride, silicon nitride, aluminum nitride etc. Properties and...
  • News - 21 Dec 2018
    Researchers at the Far Eastern Federal University (FEFU) and the Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS) have developed a brand-new, high-strength ceramic material that can endure prolonged exposure to...
  • News - 17 Oct 2003
    Researchers at Sandia National Laboratory have developed a lightweight ceramic composite material that can withstand ultrahigh temperatures of up to 2000°C. The ultrahigh temperature ceramics...
  • Article - 7 Mar 2013
    Dr. John Schneiter, CEO of Free Form Fibers and the Director of miSci Science Center in Schenectady, New York, talks to AZoM about Inorganic High Performance Fibers (HPFs).