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What are the outstanding characteristics of titanium diboride?

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Titanium diboride used in hot-pressed composite materials has excellent electrical conductivity.
These characteristics make titanium diboride suitable for hot-pressed composite materials with excellent electrical conductivity. Examples include evaporation boats for continuous aluminum metallization, crucible materials for non-ferrous metals, ceramic shell molds for aluminum production, and hot-pressed armor plates. From a technical point of view, the most important metal boride may be titanium diboride.
It is a transition metal boride with excellent hardness, high melting point and excellent electrical conductivity.
Titanium diboride is very hard. The best part: because unlike other coatings, TiB2 does not react with aluminum, so no metal particles will stick to your tool. This ensures trouble-free processing.
As a ceramic material, titanium diboride must be compacted at a high temperature of 1 700 to 2 000 °C. This is why we use hot pressing technology to produce our targets and achieve a theoretical density of at least 98%.
The hard material titanium diboride coating is applied to the tool using a magnetron sputtering process. For such applications, Stanford Advanced Materials can provide pure ceramic TiB2 sputtering targets and bonded targets on molybdenum or copper backplanes. These backplanes make our bonding targets stable, hard to break, and easy to use. We usually use indium as our welding material.

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