Silicon Nitride

Excellent thermal shock resistance, ability to withstand high structural loads at high temperatures and superior wear resistance.


First produced in 1857 by Henri Etienne Sainte-Claire Deville and Friedrich Wöhler.

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Atomic / Molecular Weight 140.28 gmol-1Clip
Density 3440 kgm-3Clip
Melting Point 2173 KClip
Refractive index 2.016 at 589.3nm 101.3kPa 0°CClip
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See also: Silicon.

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Subjects: Chemistry