Investigation of the Wetting of and Adhesion to Graphite and Diamond by Liquid Metals
The search for possible methods of producing a strong bond between diamond and a metal matrix is very important in the production of various diamond tools, where diamond particles are fixed in a metal bond (rock drills, grinding wheels, etc.) by the powder metallurgy method.
KeywordsContact Angle Liquid Metal Boron Carbide Chromium Carbide Diamond Tool
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