Material with almost zero resistance

Material with almost zero resistance.

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Material with virtually zero resistance is a compound of boron, aluminium and magnesium, i.e. essentially ceramics. It has high hardness of more than 32 GPA (slightly less than the hardness of diamond) and an abnormally low friction coefficient of about 0.02 (for comparison: the Teflon coating — 0,04). Among scientists this material is called “slippery” ceramics.

The material can be used in many industries. It will reduce friction, noise and consumption of energy in several times to make equipment energy efficient manner and also to improve the wear resistance of parts several times.


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