Tungsten-carbide meaning

An extremely hard, fine gray powder whose composition is WC, used in tools, dies, wear-resistant machine parts, and abrasives.
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An inorganic carbon compound that forms a fine gray powder whose grains are dense and extremely hard. Tungsten carbide is used in tools, dies, wear-resistant machine parts, and abrasives. Chemical formula: WC.
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(inorganic chemistry) A very hard, grey compound, chemical formula WC, used as an abrasive.
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