Characterization and Control of Interfaces for High Quality Advanced Materials II: Ceramic Transactions

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John Wiley & Sons, Jul 2, 2007 - Science - 490 pages
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This volume includes papers from the Second International Conference on Characterization and Control of Interfaces for High Quality Advanced Materials, and Joining Technology for New Metallic Glasses and Inorganic Materials (ICCCI2006) in Kurashiki, Japan, 2006. Interfaces are critically important to a broad spectrum of materials and technologies. This Proceedings of ICCCI 2006 features 71 peer-reviewed papers on interface characterization and control technology for materials synthesis, powder processing, composite processing, joining, and to control airborne particulates.
 

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Contents

Development of a Variable Temperature UHVLaser Microscope
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Fabrication of Colloidal Photonic Crystals from SubmicronSized
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Zr55Cu3oAI10Ni5 Metallic Glassy Matrix Composite
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SilicaCoating of Barium Titanate Particles
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Photoelectron Spectroscopic Study of Energy Level Alignment at
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Effects of Processing Temperature on Bonding Behavior of
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Plasma Sprayed Hydroxyapatite Coatings
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Metallic Glass Foil by Laser Welding
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Effect of Surfactants on the Formation of Hollow CaC03 Particle by
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A Facile Method to Synthesize ZnO Tubes by Involving Ammonia
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Rapid Drying Technique for Slip Cast Body
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Improvement of MoltenMetal Wettability on Ceramics by
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Ceramic Surface Roughness Modification Using a
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An AFM Study of the Interaction Between an aAlumina Particle
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Cohesive Dust Cake Formation on a Ceramic Tube Filter as the
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Evaluation of the Long Term Stability of LSMScSZ Composite
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Synthesis of Si02Coated Magnetite Nanoparticles and
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Colloidal Consolidation of Mixed Powders of the AluminaIndium
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Low Temperature CoFired Ceramics LTCCDesign and
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Scale Surgical Instruments
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Structural and Morphological Study of Nanoceramics Prepared by
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Anisotropic Sintering Shrinkage and Grain Growth for Spherical
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A Mechanically Synthesized La08Sr02Mn03 Fine Powder for the
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Particles Dispersed in Slurry
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MicroPatterning of Tin Oxide by MicroMolding in Capillaries
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Gelcasting Formulation of Alumina Slurry Offering Some Advantages
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Study of an AlumCeramic Heat Storage Material
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Nanoscale Particle Processing Through Aerosol Routes
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Effect of Ultrasonication on Dispersion and Aggregate Size of Ti02
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Mechanochemical Synthesis of Barium Titanate From
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Measurements of Cathode Surface Temperature of Plasma Torch
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Properties of InductivetyCoupled RF Plasmas Sustained with
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Sintering and Enhanced Mechanical Properties of Densified
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Corrosion Resistance of TiAINCrN TiAIN and CrN Coatings
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and its Influence on Bond Strength
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Kevin G. Ewsuk is a Principal Member of the Technical Staff in the Ceramic Processing and Inorganic Materials Department at Sandia National Laboratories, where he is responsible for ceramic processing and process modeling R&D, advanced composite processing and characterization, and characterizing and modeling powder compaction and sintering. Dr. Ewsuk received his PhD and MS degrees in Ceramic Science from the Pennsylvania State University and his research interests are in powder processing, process characterization, and sintering science and technology.

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