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Basic Information of Pyrolytic boron nitride (PBN

by Izzy X. Product specialist
Pyrolytic boron nitride is an anisotropic high-temperature ceramic with high electrical resistance and good thermal conductivity. It is suitable for applications requiring high strength
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  • -Non-toxic and odorless;
  • -High purity, up to 99.999%;
  • -It does not react with acids, alkalis, salts and organic reagents at room temperature, and slightly corrodes in molten salt and lye, but it can resist the corrosion of various acids at high temp.
  • -Does not react with most molten metals, semiconductors and their compounds;
  • -Below 1000, good oxidation resistance;
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Pyrolytic boron nitride is non-toxic and harmless under normal conditions, has no porosity, and has high purity, so it is easy to store and easy to process into crucibles, evaporation boats, plates, pipes, bottles and other utensils.
Pyrolytic Boron Nitride (PBN) belongs to the hexagonal crystal system. It is an advanced ceramic material with a purity of 99.999%, acid and alkali resistance, oxidation resistance, good thermal conductivity, compactness, and processing. It is formed by chemical vapor deposition (CVD) of ammonia and boron halides under high temperature and high vacuum conditions. It is different from ordinary hot-pressed boron nitride (BN).

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