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Wentorf Jr Robert H, Rocco William A: Diamond tools for machining. General Electric Company, July 17, 1973: US3745623 (391 worldwide citation)

Diamond tools and superpressure processes for the preparation thereof are described wherein the diamond content is present either in the form of a mass comprising diamond crystals bonded to each other or of a thin skin of diamond crystals bonded to each other. In each instance the diamond content is ...


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Harold P Bovenkerk, Paul D Gigl: Temperature resistant abrasive compact and method for making same. General Electric Company, Morgan Finnegan Pine Foley & Lee, September 23, 1980: US04224380 (307 worldwide citation)

In one embodiment, a compact for tools, such as cutting, drilling and shaping tools, consists essentially of self-bonded abrasive particles. The bonded particles define a substantially continuous interconnected network of pores, dispersed throughout the compact. The method for making such a compact ...


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A Paul Alivisatos, Michael A Olshavsky: Preparation of III-V semiconductor nanocrystals. The Regents of University of California, Paul Martin, April 9, 1996: US05505928 (303 worldwide citation)

Nanometer-scale crystals of III-V semiconductors are disclosed, They are prepared by reacting a group III metal source with a group V anion source in a liquid phase at elevated temperature in the presence of a crystallite growth terminator such as pyridine or quinoline.


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Chen Ho Sou, Polk Donald E: Novel amorphous metals and amorphous metal articles. Allied Chemical Corporation, Plantamura Arthur J, December 24, 1974: US3856513 (255 worldwide citation)

Novel metal alloy compositions which are obtained in the amorphous state and are superior to such previously known alloys based on the same metals are provided; these new compositions are easily quenched to the amorphous state and possess desirable physical properties. Also disclosed is a novel arti ...


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Harrison John D, Choi Jei Y, Marchant Peter R: Heat recoverable alloy. Raychem Corporation, August 21, 1973: US3753700 (250 worldwide citation)

An alloy capable of having the property of heat recoverability imparted thereto comprising 49.1 to 50.2 atomic percent of titanium, 2.1 to 4.7 atomic percent of iron and the remainder nickel.


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Stamm Werner Dr: Rhenium containing protective coating protecting a product against corrosion and oxidation at high temperatures. Siemens, May 2, 2003: EP1306454-A1 (239 worldwide citation)

Protective layer for protecting a component against corrosion and oxidation at high temperatures comprises 0.5-2 wt.% rhenium, 15-21 wt.% chromium, 9-11.5 wt.% aluminum, 0.05-0.7 wt.% yttrium and/or at least one equivalent metal from the group containing scandium and the rare earth elements, 0-1 wt. ...


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Buergel Ralf Prof, Esser Winfried Dr, Grossmann Joern Dr, Hermann Wolfgang Dr, Mughrabi Hael Prof, Preuhs Juergen, Pyczak Florian, Scholz Alfred Dr, Singer Robert Prof, Volek Andreas: High temperature resistant part, made of single-crystal or polycrystalline nickel-base superalloy. Siemens, June 18, 2003: EP1319729-A1 (237 worldwide citation)

Component made from a nickel-based super alloy contains (in wt.%) 9-11 chromium (Cr),3-5 tungsten (W), 0.5-2.5 molybdenum (Mo), 3-3.5 aluminium (Al), 3-5 titanium (Ti), 3-7 tantalum (Ta), 0-12 cobalt (Co), 0-1 niobium (Nb), 0-2 hafnium (Hf), 0-1 zirconium (Zr), 0-0.05 boron (B), 0-0.2 carbon (C), 1- ...


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Gazza George E, Lindley Michael W: Ceramic-metal systems by infiltration. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Army, The Secretary of State for Defence Ministry of Defence, Gibson Robert P, February 4, 1975: US3864154 (237 worldwide citation)

This invention covers ceramic-metal compositions fabricated by infiltrating porous ceramic compact with a molten metal impregnant. A cold pressed compact of silicon boride, aluminum boride, boron, and (aluminum boride-boron) were each positioned between powdered aluminum in a vacuum furnace which en ...


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Czech Norbert Dr, Schmitz Friedhelm: Rhenium-containing protective coating with high corrosion and oxidation resistance.. Siemens, February 13, 1991: EP0412397-A1 (226 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a corrosion-resistant or oxidation-resistant coating for metallic components, in particular gas turbine components of superalloys based on nickel or cobalt. By adding rhenium, the life of protective coatings, in particular of the MCrAlY type, under corrosive or oxidi ...


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Hermann Wolfgang, Esser Winfried, Singer Robert, Volek Andreas, Grossmann Joern, Buergel Ralf, Scholz Alfred, Pyczak Florian, Preuhs Juergen, Mughrabi Hael: High-temperature part and method for producing the same. Siemens, May 15, 2002: EP1204776-A1 (223 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a high-temperature part (1) made of a nickel super-alloy having the following composition in wt %: 11-13 % of Cr; 3-5 % of W; 0.5-2.5 % of Mo; 3-5 % of Al; 3-5 % of Ti; 3-7 % of Ta; 1-5 % of Re; the balance consisting of nickel. This invention also relates to a corre ...



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