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Diamond powder can be used as an abrasive to cut and shape glass. Diamond saw blades are often used to create intricate patterns and designs on glass. Additionally, diamond powder can be used to polish glass to a high gloss.
Cemented carbides are extremely hard and brittle materials. As such, they require a very tough and abrasive material for cutting and grinding. diamond abrasives are the perfect choice for this purpose...
They are used to etch away unwanted material from silicon wafers during the manufacturing process. They are also used to polish surfaces to a high gloss. Additionally, diamond grits can be used to create nanoscale features on semiconductor devices.
Diamond can be used as photovoltaic cell materials. When a diamond is bombarded by high-energy particles, it generates electron flow energy for power generation. Diamond photovoltaic cells may have higher technical efficiency than existing solar cells.
Diamond is an extremely hard material with properties such as high wear resistance and thermal stability that make diamond the perfect material for PCD tools for cutting and machining a wide variety of materials.
Diamonds can be used to manufacture wear-resistant parts for automobiles and aerospace vehicles. In addition, the diamond powder can be used as an abrasive for polishing or grinding hard surfaces.
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