Cermet

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A cermet is a ceramic material, like porcelain or clay, mixed with a metal, like steel or copper.[1] They are long lasting, tough composite materials that are stress resistant and produce little friction. Cermets also have the properties of metals. They can conduct electricity.[2] Like metals cermets are somewhat malleable.

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  1. "component against high wear". Winterthur Technology Group. Retrieved 13 March 2015.
  2. Bakhtawar Mahmood (2014). "Preparation of Cermet for Fuel Cell Anode Material". Academia.edu. Retrieved 13 March 2015., p. 4