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Chemical synthesis of advanced ceramic materials

by David Segal

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge [England], New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ceramics.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDavid Segal.
    SeriesChemistry of solid state materials ;, 1
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTP815 .S465 1989
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 182 p. :
    Number of Pages182
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2049977M
    ISBN 100521354366
    LC Control Number88027537

    Segal, D. () Chemical Synthesis of Advanced Ceramic Materials, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. Concise description of the various chemical routes to fabricate ceramics. Contains a large number of references. Google Scholar. Introduces readers to the field of inorganic materials, while emphasizing synthesis and modification techniques Written from the chemists point of view, this newly updated and completely revised fourth edition of Synthesis of Inorganic Materials provides a thorough and pedagogical introduction to the exciting and fast developing field of inorganic materials and features all of the latest.

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It bridges the gap between existing volumes dealing with the properties of ceramic materials, for example their mechanical properties, and those on chemistry.4/5(1).

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Chemical synthesis of advanced ceramic materials book materials are inorganic and non-metallic porcelains, tiles, enamels, cements, glasses and refractory bricks.

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From the first use of flint and obsidian during the Stone Age, to the formation of vessels from clay, to the use of refractories in the iron and steel industry, to the fabrication of optical fibers for high-speed communication, ceramics have revolutionized society and technology in many by: 6.

Ceramic Materials - Synthesis, Characterization, Applications and Recycling The shaping is the stage of processing by which a ceramic powder, duly prepared by washing processes, homogenization. A range of increasingly important chemical syntheses for ceramic materials are described. These syntheses are coprecipitation, molten salts, sol–gel processes, hydrothermal techniques, liquid-phase and gas-phase reactions, polymer pyrolysis, the Pechini and.

The synthesis of nanostructured ceramic materials by the sol–gel process plays a crucial role in the development of advanced materials with suitable properties for various applications. Chemical Synthesis of Advanced Ceramic Materials. By David Segal, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge xv, pp., bound, £ ‐ISBN 0–––6Cited by: 1.

This chapter focuses on the chemical preparation of advanced ceramic materials. From the first use of flint and obsidian during the Stone Age, to the formation of vessels from clay, to the use of refractories in the iron and steel industry, to the fabrication of optical fibers for high-speed communication, ceramics have revolutionized society.

Nanocrystalline materials are three-dimensional ultrafine, polycrystalline microstructures. They give rise to interesting and useful chemical and physical-size effects. This book describes the development of a method of synthesizing chemical vapor for the production of nanocrystalline ceramic : Markus Winterer.

Book Review: Chemical synthesis of advanced ceramic materials. By DAVID SEGAL. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, xv + pp. paper, (, cloth, 65) Suib, Steven L. Abstract. Publication: Journal of Solid State Chemistry France. Pub Date: May DOI: /(92)B. Advanced ceramic materials can be synthesized and processed using a large variety of different techniques.

Synthesis and processing methods of oxide and non-oxide ceramic materials is reviewed with emphasis on solution techniques and high-temperature gas phase and condensed phase syntheses. Net-shape methods such as chemical vapor deposition, reaction sintering, joining, and liquid Cited by: Chemical Synthesis of Advanced Ceramic Materials, by David Segal, Cambridge University Press, Cambridgepp, £paperback, ISBN Authors J.

Derek Birchall. Although the book is edited it is organized to reflect the chemical sequence of ceramic processing and the coherent theme of chemical processing for advanced ceramic materials.

The coverage of molecular/nanoprocessing techniques that result in new materials will enable researchers and engineers to meet the challenge of producing inorganic Cited by: This is the first book devoted to the role of chemical synthetic techniques in the development of advanced ceramic materials.

It bridges the gap between existing volumes dealing with the properties of ceramic materials, for example their mechanical properties, and those on chemistry.

Advanced ceramics, substances and processes used in the development and manufacture of ceramic materials that exhibit special properties. Ceramics, as is pointed out in the article ceramic composition and properties, are traditionally described as inorganic, nonmetallic solids that are prepared from powdered materials, are fabricated into products through the application of heat, and display.

The current book contains twenty-two chapters and is divided into three sections. Section I consists of nine chapters which discuss synthesis through innovative as well as modified conventional techniques of certain advanced ceramics (e.g. target materials, high strength porous ceramics, optical and thermo-luminescent ceramics, ceramic powders and fibers) and their characterization using a Cited by: Varistors.

Varistor is an electrical device based on semiconductor materials used for protection against voltage spikes in the electric network, against overvoltage in electronic circuits of low voltage and electrical power systems [1,2].Due to the high energy absorption, the ceramic varistors become many helpful in protecting electrical circuits, and their electrical properties are Cited by: 1.

Previously, crushed natural minerals were used as raw materials, but high-purity powders processed by chemical methods are currently being used. Sintering is essential for the production of ceramic materials, regardless of raw powder manufacturing methods.4.

Week Natural ceramic raw materials and their properties. 5. Week Advanced ceramics. Classification and applications of advanced ceramics.

6. Week 1. Midterm Exam 7. Week Advanced ceramic powder synthesis. Characterization of ceramic powders. 8. Week Advanced ceramic powder synthesis.

9. Week Rheology. Stability of ceramic suspensions. 10 File Size: 5MB.The raw materials used in the manufacture of ceramics range from relatively impure clay materials mined from natural deposits to ultrahigh purity powders prepared by chemical synthesis.

Naturally occurring raw materials used to manufacture ceramics include silica, sand, quartz, flint, silicates, and aluminosilicates (e. g., clays and feldspar).