????? never heard of those options for a woodworking circular sawblade. I think they refer to tile or stone cutting blades.
just buy a Freud brand 60 or 80 tooth woodworking blade for crosscutting and you should be set. They will all have carbide teeth not diamond teeth.
any of these saying miter saw or crosscutting should be a good choice:
look at the ones that say miter saw and/or crosscutting or cutoff in their title and have 60 or 80 teeth.
I just did a search on amazon for 10-inch miter saw blade Freud to get that list.
here's a link describing diamond segmented and continuous rim blades. - Like I thought, not for woodworking.
Which type of rim to choose: A continuous smooth rim provides the smoothest cut in ceramic tiles
and ornamental stone. Continuous castellated rim blades or super-jointed segments may produce slight chipping
but generally have a longer life and lower cost per cut than continuous rim blades. Segmented blades provide
the longest life and lowest cost per cut but are only suitable for work where chipping is not a problem.