Bulletin Jan. 2006 Vol 85, No. 1 Online-only papersPublished on March 12th, 2012 | By: Eileen De Guire
“Immersion Microscopy for Ceramics Green Compact“
The liquid immersion method is widely applicable for the examination of various ceramic materials when an immersion liquid with an appropriate refractive index is selected.
Kazuyoshi Sato, Hiroya Abe and Makio Naito; Yutaka Saito and Keizo Uematsu; Tadashi Hotta
“Effect of Lanthanum Oxide on Reaction Sintering of Zirconia-Mullite Composites“
ZrO2-mullite composites were formed using zircon sand and calcined Al2O3 and a reaction-sintering process; the effect of La2O3 addition was studied.
Ritwik Sarkar, A. Ghosh, M.K. Halder, B. Mukherjee and S.K. Das
“Joining Temperature-Sensitive, Chemically Reactive Materials“
Researchers at Berkeley Lab have developed joining methods that enable lower joining temperatures than more traditional approaches.
“Steel Fibers and Mechanical Behavior of Refractory Castables on Drying”
The mechanical and drying behavior of refractory castables that contained short and long steel fibers was compared with castables that contained polyaramid fibers.
C.M. Peret and V.C. Pandolfelli
“Clay-Derived Mullite-Glass Thin Films“
Transparent and dense mullite-glass thin films that were tightly adherent to silica-glass substrates were made from kaolinite-, halloysite- and gibbsite-containing clays using a dip-coating process.
Oliver Muñíz-Serrato, Juan Serrato-Rodríguez and Mauricio Ortiz-Gutierrez, Juan F. Pérez-Robles
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