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High-Purity, Fine-Particle Boron Nitride Powder Synthesis at -75degrees to 750degrees C
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    1/1/1986
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High-Purity, Fine-Particle Boron Nitride Powder Synthesis at -75degrees to 750degrees C
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    Nonoxide ceramics with improved high-temperature properties could substitute for high-temperature alloys and reduce toe Nation's dependence on imports of Cr, Co, Ni, and Mn. To meet this objective, the Bureau of Mines conducted research to synthesize u1trafine reactive boron nitride (BN) powders BN powders were prepared at temperatures ranging from -75• to 750• C. Low-temperature reactions (-75• to 200• C) between boron halides and N compounds led to formation of e1emento-organic compounds that were thermally decomposed to u1trafine (approximately 100-to 150-A particle size) reactive BN powders. BN powders were also prepared through the reaction of a 10w-me1tinginorganic B compound (boric acid, borax) with an organic N compound (carbimide and thiocarbimide) in N2 and/or ammonia (NH3) atmospheres at temperatures between 500• and 750• C.

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