Ceramic material’s poor wettability with molten metals also makes it ideal for metallurgical melting. Recently engineered ceramics are made by oxide, carbides, and nitrides. Alumina, or aluminum oxide, Al2O3, is the most well-known oxide ceramic material and the major oxide ceramic material. Zirconia, or zirconium dioxide, is extremely hard and used as grinding media and mortars. Carbides, such as boron carbide and silicon carbide, are used in ballistic prove vests, bearings and abrasive, alumina nitride contributes a lot as the substrate for electronics.
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