Ultrastructure processing of advanced ceramics
John D. Mackenzie, Donald R. Ulrich, University of California, Los Angeles. Dept. of Materials Science and Engineering
Wiley, Aug 5, 1988 - Technology & Engineering - 1014 pages
Presents the latest research and developments from the past three years in the processing of glasses, ceramics, and composite materials. Papers are contributed by specialists in their fields and comprise a coherent summation of modern ceramics processing and future prospects in the field. Emphasizing the chemistry necessary to assure efficient production and satisfactory results, contributors discuss advances in Sol-Gel and ultrafine powder processes, the chemical principles and applications of ultrastructure processing, and transform processes, preparation of powders, and control of the characteristics of finished products.
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Introduction Some Aspects of
PART1 PRECURSORS AND CHEMISTRY
Novel Aluminum and SiliconContaining
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acid aerogel alkoxide aluminum amorphous atoms behavior boehmite bonds C. J. Brinker calcined carbon ceramic Ceramics Through Chemistry Chem coatings colloidal composition concentration condensation condensation reactions cordierite crystalline crystallization D. E. Clark D. R. Ulrich densification density disclinations dispersion drying effect electron micrograph ethanol fibers Figure films formation gelation glass grain groups heat treatment Hench and D. R. hydrolysis hydrolyzed increase L. L. Hench liquid mesophase metal microstructure mixture molecular molecules mullite nitride Non-Cryst observed obtained oligomers optical oxide particles phase polycarbosilane polymerization polymers pore powder precipitation precursor prepared properties pyrolysis ratio reaction samples Scanning electron shown in Fig shows silanol silica silicon silicon nitride siloxane sintering SiO2 sol-gel process solid solution solvent species spectra structure substrate supercritical drying synthesis temperature tensile TEOS thermal titanium viscosity Wiley & Sons X-ray diffraction zeolites ZrO2