Micro-grains of wurtzite boron nitride(wBN) crystal have been observed

Micro-grains of wurtzite boron nitride(wBN) crystal have been observed in 5.0-7.0 GPa pressure and 1800-2000 K temperature where cubic boron nitride has been synthesized in a catalyst. The wBN grain size is about 20-30 nm. The presence of these micro grains indicates that the pressure for wBN growth could be lower than that found in the previous work. The first, wurtzite boron nitride, is similar to diamond but comprises different atoms. The second, the mineral lonsdaleite, is made from carbon a


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