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- n. Plural form of cermet.
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Anode electrode 11 is preferably a porous electrode comprising perovskites, metals and/or cermets.
Metalcutting tools-inserts, end mills, drills, reamers and taps - are made from cemented tungsten carbides, ceramics, cermets, high-speed steel and other hard materials that are particularly resistant to heat, abrasion, pressure and wear.
It generates electricity by collecting electrons between E-dam cermets in a vacuum.
Historically, thermal (flame) spray technology has been limited to the application of metal alloys, cermets and some low-performance polymers to form a protective coating on the substrate, but all of these coatings have performance limitations.