16 October 2002 Share-shaped durable and isometric diamond powders for superquality treatment of optics materials
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For the first time, developed are sphere-shaped precision diamond micropowders ASMV-RM having a number of unique properties - advanced, ordered crystal structure, improved surface morphology, maximal hardening of crystals with increase wear-resistant, with high uniformity of grains and in physico-mechanical properties, with absence of needle, sharp-angled crystals. These exclusive properties enable to provide the considerable increase of productivity of processes at essential improvement of surface quality during thin grinding and polishing of products by these micropowders. They are outside of a competition to the standard marks of diamonds of general purpose as were created for new highly perspective areas of applications focused on high technologies in electronics, optics and other branches of modern engineering. In precision micropowders ASMV-RM enormous potential of diamonds is realized. The technology of precision diamond micropowders preparation is based on results of the scientific school by Academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine V.I. Trefilov and complex approach directed on deepened influence on a material with application of modern effective technologies and the optimum technical solutions. The technology of their manufacture is referred to high technologies, and precision micropowders have created a new direction in diamond branch. Real conditions for realization of technical revolution in creation and use of a new class precision diamond micropowders are now created.
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Liliya M. Samoylova, Liliya M. Samoylova, Elena L. Krinskaya, Elena L. Krinskaya, } "Share-shaped durable and isometric diamond powders for superquality treatment of optics materials", Proc. SPIE 4767, Current Developments in Lens Design and Optical Engineering III, (16 October 2002); doi: 10.1117/12.451318; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.451318
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