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Overview of Boron nitride

Boron nitride with the chemical formula BN is a thermally and chemically resistant refractory compound of boron and nitrogen. It exists in various crystalline forms that are isoelectronic to a similarly structured carbon lattice. The hexagonal form corresponding to graphite is the most stable and soft among BN polymorphs and is therefore used as a lubricant and an additive to cosmetic products.

 Boron nitride is a white solid material in the as-produced hot pressed form. It is a low porosity solid. It is easily machined into complex shapes using standard carbide tooling. The material is anisotropic in its electrical and mechanical properties due to the platy hexagonal crystals and their orientation during the hot press consolidation.

 Boron nitride is often referred to as “white graphite” because it is a lubricious material with the same platy hexagonal structure as carbon graphite. Unlike graphite, BN is a very good electrical insulator. It offers very high thermal conductivity and good thermal shock resistance. BN is stable in inert and reducing atmospheres up to 2000°C, and in oxidizing atmospheres to 850°C.

 

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Applications of Boron nitride

Because of its excellent thermal and chemical stability, boron nitride ceramics are traditionally used as parts of high-temperature equipment. BN can be included in ceramics, alloys, resins, plastics, rubbers, and other materials, giving them self-lubricating properties.

Lubricant

Hexagonal boron nitride is used as a lubricant for paint, cosmetics, pencil lead and dental cement. Even in the absence of gas or water molecules in the compound layer, it has lubricity, making it a good component of the vacuum system. Compared with graphite, boron nitride has better chemical stability and conductivity.

Equipment in high-temperature environment

Its excellent heat resistance allows the compound to be used in a variety of applications involving extremely high temperatures. Hexagonal boron nitride is used to improve the lubricating properties of rubber, plastics, alloys and ceramics.

For plastics, the inclusion of BN components can reduce thermal expansion. It can also be integrated into semiconductor substrates and microwave oven windows.

Boron nitride is an effective ingredient in reaction vessels and crucibles due to its thermochemical properties.

Semiconductor industry

The bandgap of boron nitride ranges from 4.5 to 6.4 eV, making it an excellent wide gap semiconductor material. Its inherent thermal and dielectric properties make it a suitable substrate for the development of metal oxide semiconductor field-effect transistors (MOSFET) and semiconductors.

Grinding and cutting tools

Due to the physical properties of cubic boron nitride, this polymorph is used as an abrasive for nickel, iron and certain alloys, while diamond is considered inappropriate (for example, at high temperatures). Its cubic BN form is incorporated into cutting tools and grinding equipment.

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Properties and Information on Boron Nitride

Property

Minimum Value (S.I.)

Maximum Value (S.I.)

Units (S.I.)

Minimum Value (Imp.)

Maximum Value (Imp.)

Units (Imp.)

Atomic Volume (average)

0.0043

0.0045

m3/kmol

262.402

274.607

in3/kmol

Density

1.9

2.3

Mg/m3

118.613

143.584

lb/ft3

Energy Content

200

300

MJ/kg

21667.7

32501.6

kcal/lb

Bulk Modulus

12.5

65.7

GPa

1.81297

9.52897

106 psi

Compressive Strength

225

540

MPa

32.6335

78.3204

ksi

Ductility

0.00037

0.004


0.00037

0.004

NULL

Elastic Limit

27

83.3

MPa

3.91602

12.0816

ksi

Endurance Limit

23

64

MPa

3.33587

9.28241

ksi

Fracture Toughness

2.5

5

MPa.m1/2

2.27512

4.55023

ksi.in1/2

Hardness

660

3000

MPa

95.725

435.113

ksi

Loss Coefficient

1e-005

3e-005


1e-005

3e-005

NULL

Modulus of Rupture

33

110

MPa

4.78625

15.9542

ksi

Poisson's Ratio

0.21

0.27


0.21

0.27

NULL

Shear Modulus

7.8

41.3

GPa

1.13129

5.99006

106 psi

Tensile Strength

27

83.3

MPa

3.91602

12.0816

ksi

Young's Modulus

19.5

100

GPa

2.82823

14.5038

106 psi

Glass Temperature



K



°F

Latent Heat of Fusion

1440

1800

kJ/kg

619.085

773.857

BTU/lb

Maximum Service Temperature

1440

1990

K

2132.33

3122.33

°F

Melting Point

3150

3400

K

5210.33

5660.33

°F

Minimum Service Temperature

0

0

K

-459.67

-459.67

°F

Specific Heat

770

1150

J/kg.K

0.595871

0.889937

BTU/lb.F

Thermal Conductivity

19

52

W/m.K

35.5686

97.3457

BTU.ft/h.ft2.F

Thermal Expansion

1

6

10-6/K

1.8

10.8

10-6/°F

Breakdown Potential

35

45

MV/m

889

1143

V/mil

Dielectric Constant

3.9

4.3


3.9

4.3

NULL

Resistivity

1e+018

1e+021

10-8 ohm.m

1e+018

1e+021

10-8 ohm.m

 

Environmental Properties of Boron Nitride


Resistance Factors
1=Poor 5=Excellent

Flammability

5

Fresh Water

5

Organic Solvents

5

Oxidation at 500C

5

Sea Water

5

Strong Acid

4

Strong Alkalis

5

UV

5

Wear

5

Weak Acid

5

Weak Alkalis

5


Typical properties for hexagonal and cubic boron nitride

Property

h-BN

C-BN

Density (g.cm-3)

2.3

2.2

Melting Point (°C)

3000 (dissociates)


Hardness (Knoop 100 g) (kg.mm-1)

400


Modulus of Rupture (MPa)

100 (ll to press dir)
50 (⊥ to press dir)

110

Youngs Modulus (MPa)

20 - 103


Thermal Expansion Co-eff (RT-1000 °C - x10-6) (°C-1)

1 (ll to press dir)
4 (⊥ to press dir)

3.8

Thermal Conductivity (W/m.K)

20 (ll to press dir)
27 (⊥ to press dir)


Dielectric Breakdown Strength (kV.mm-1)

35


Dielectric Constant


4.1

Vol Resistivity (ohm.cm)

108 - 1013



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