Electrochemical metallization of abrasive materials and their physical-mechanical properties
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In this work, the kinetics of molybdenum carbide electroplating from ionic melts on abrasive grains (diamond, silicon and boron carbides) as a function of electrolysis parameters has been studied, and the physical, mechanical and service properties of metallized materials have been evaluated.
KeywordsSilicon Carbide Boron Molybdenum Structural Material
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