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MSE PRO Premium Grade Synthetic Diamond Superabrasive Micropowder - MSE Supplies LLC

MSE PRO Premium Grade Synthetic Diamond Superabrasive Micropowder

  • $ 39900


MSE PRO™ Premium Grade Synthetic Diamond Superabrasive Micropowder

Applications:

Diamond micropowders are widely used in many fields, ranging from machinery to the space industry. Grinding and polishing ceramics, hard non-ferrous alloys, composite materials essentially are based on use of the diamond powders as superabrasives. They have a wide range of polishing applications in ultra-high precision industries such as semiconductors and optoelectronics.

Features:

  • High Grade Synthetic Diamond as Raw Material
  • Low Impurities and Narrow Size Distribution
  • Controlled and Customized Crystal Shape
  • Strictly-controlled particle size distribution
  • Uniform and blocky shape without needle and flake shape
  • High strength, good thermal stability and excellent wear resistance

Note: Particle size range is D10-D90. 

MSE Supplies can offer different grades of diamond powders. Various types of diamond are available including surface-modified diamond, agglomerated diamond powder, diamond slurry, saw grit, wheel grit, etc. Please contact us if you need more detailed information or customization. 

References:

[1] Fedor M. Shakhov, Vladimir Yu. Osipov, Andrei A. Krasilin, Kanji Iizuka, Ryuji Oshima,
Diamond powders synthesized at high pressure and high temperature from graphite with nickel in the presence of aluminum. Applicability of methods for analyzing nitrogen concentration in diamonds, Journal of Solid State Chemistry, Volume 307, 2022, 122804. 

[2] Kaili Yao, Bing Dai, Jiaqi Zhu, Victor Ralchenko, et al. Diamond micropowder synthesis via graphite etching in a microwave hydrogen plasma, Powder Technology, Volume 322, 2017, Pages 124-130.

[3] Tao Zhang, Liang Wang, Fanghong Sun, Bin Shen, Zhiming Zhang, The effect of boron doping on the morphology and growth rate of micron diamond powders synthesized by HFCVD method, Diamond and Related Materials, Volume 40, 2013, Pages 82-88.