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  • Examining Diamond Sharpening Whetstones

    2006-10-9 · grows around the Diamond locking it in place with two thirds sub-merged and one third exposed as the sharpening medium. There are two types of Diamond used: Polycrystalline or Monocrystalline. Polycrystalline Diamond is a frag-mented compound, which shatters off a Examining Diamond Sharpening Whetstones

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    2021-1-26 · Polycrystalline. Polycrystalline panels need more surface area compared to monocrystalline panels for the same output. They can range in efficiency from 120 to 150 watts per meter square with notable exceptions. They are suitable for hotter conditions due to lower heat diminishing coefficient. The panels have a long lifespan and warranties of ...

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  • 3M Precision Grinding & Finishing 3M Diamond Dressing

    The term 'mono' stands for 'single', which means the solar cells are manufactured from a single crystal. Thanks to the use of a single, pure crystal of silicon, mono-cells have a more uniform, darker, and cleaner look, unlike polycrystalline cells. The uniform structure of the crystal means electrons can move more freely throughout the cell.

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    2014-6-25 · 02 VS. NATURAL DIAMOND Monocrystalline Diamonds (MCD) Synthetically produced single crystal diamonds that replicate Natural Diamonds in structure but consistently yield higher performance with their enhanced consistency, with improved machining properties, similar life, and lower machining costs per unit. Polycrystalline Diamonds (PCD)

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    Polycrystalline vs. Monocrystalline. Polycrstalline panels, which are light blue in color, are less efficient, but they are also cheaper than monocrystalline. The process used to make polycrystalline silicon is simpler and therefore costs less to produce.

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