Refractories and Industrial Ceramics Vol. 41, Nos. 7-8, 2000 ON THE THRESHOLD OF THE 21ST CENTURY UDC 666.762.8 NANODISPERSE POWDERS OF CHROMIUM CARBONITRIDES FOR THE CREATION OF NEW MATERIALS I. V. Zalite t and V. A. Maslyuk I Translated from Ogneupory i Tekhnicheskaya Keramika, No. 8, pp. 2 - 5, August, 2000. Hard compounds of chromium (carbides, borides, and ni- carbonitride, i.e., Cr3C1.6N0. 4 - Ni, Ti(C, N) - Cr3C1.6No.4, trides) have long successfully been used for the creation of Ti(C, N) - Cr3CL6N04 - Ni, and other compositions charac- wear-resistant and corrosion-resistant materials, facings, and terized by a high dispersity and a high degree of homogene- coatings. Alloys based on the higher chromium carbide ity of the charge. Cr3C 2 are the most popular in engineering. The possibilities The obtained carbonitrides have the form of highly dis- of using chromium carbonitrides for the same purpose have persed powders with a specific surface of 2 - 12 m2/g. By been much less studied. Since the role of carbonitrides is the data of electron microscopy the particles are predomi- very important for providing the hardness and corrosion re- nantly of a spherical shape and have a size of 0.02 -
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