Hexagonal boron nitride is the most stable of all forms of the compound and has diverse applications. Cubic boron nitride has a sphalerite crystal structure and has excellent chemical and thermal stability; it is considered analogous to diamond.
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Report Outline: Boron nitride is a chemical compound containing boron and nitrogen in equal proportions. It exhibits high bandgap, hardness, chemical, and thermal stability.
It is usually used in high-temperature applications.
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The compound physically exists in amorphous (non-crystalline) and crystalline forms — hexagonal boron nitride (h-BN), cubic (c-BN), and wurtzite (w-BN) forms. Amorphous boron nitride is mostly used in electronics and semiconductor industries.
Wurtzite-boron nitride has a lonsdaleite-like structure.
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Market Growth: The global hexagonal boron nitride market to grow at a CAGR of 5.38% during the period 2017-2021.
• Showa Denko,
• H. C. Starck,
• Denka Company.
Other prominent vendors
• American Elements
• Henze Boron Nitride Products
• Mizushima Ferroalloy
• Momentive Performance Materials
• ZYP Coatings
3M, Saint-Gobain, Showa Denko, H. C. Starck, and Denka Company. American Elements, Henze Boron Nitride Products, Kennametal, Mizushima Ferroalloy, Momentive Performance Materials, TSD, and ZYP Coatings.
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