ALOX

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ALOXAluminum Oxide
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Additionally due to the high melting-point, hardness and chemical inertness of aluminum oxide, dissolution is tedious and time-consuming [6-12].
Active fluxes strip away the aluminum oxide layer from molten metal promoting coalescence of metallic drops, and help in reducing unwanted chemical impurities.
First planar anodic aluminum oxide membrane (alumina) was fabricated in 1984, using one step of anodization [2].
Guides are stainless steel with aluminum oxide inserts.
Based on your depth of experience, maybe I'll take it on faith and get some aluminum oxide, and reduce the air pressure or increase the distance to the part.
Surface roughness values were higher (rougher) for aluminum oxide abrasive for both hard maple (Acer saccharum) and eastern white pine (Pinus strobus).
Camel Grinding Wheels, USA announces its new line of pink aluminum oxide products manufactured for general toolroom applications.
The AlGaAs to aluminum oxide transition is accompanied by volumetric compressive strains in excess of 6%, sometimes leading to detrimental stress relaxation in the form of delamination or dislocation formation.
The product is also available with a UV coating or aluminum oxide coating.
Electrolytic reduction is the particularly energy-hungry step through which the aluminum and oxygen in aluminum oxide are separated.
The walls, floors and doors were scraped with metal implements to remove aluminum oxide buildup that occurs when molten aluminum contacts air.
Like other products in the Altro safety flooring product line, Altro Impressionist II has aluminum oxide and colored quartz throughout the thickness, with silicon carbide in the surface.