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American Ceramic Society Bulletin

March 2017 – Vol. 96 No. 2
  • Hot matters—Experimental methods for high-temperature property measurement

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  • Ceramic reactive membranes made of Magneli-phase titanium oxide decrease operating expenses and increase efficiency in water-treatment plants
     


Features

Hot matters—Experimental methods for high-temperature property measurement

22

Alexandra Navrotsky and Sergey V. Ushakov

  Experimental methods for measuring high-temperature properties of refractory ceramics will provide data to engineer new materials for extreme service applications.   


Ceramic reactive membranes made of Magneli-phase titanium oxide decrease operating expenses and increase efficiency in water-treatment plants

29

Robert Sterner and Jay Huang

  Magneli Materials has developed a new manufacturing process to produce industrial quantities of Magneli-phase titanium dioxide, an electrically conductive ceramic with industrial processing applications.


Meetings

ICACC'17 recap

32

EMA 2017 recap

34

6th Ceramic Business Leadership Summit

36

Ceramics Expo 2017

38

Clay 2017

40

PACRIM12

41

Departments

News and Trends

3

Spotlight

9

Ceramics in Energy

14

Advances in Nanomaterials

16

Ceramics in Manufacturing

17

Research Briefs

18

Columns

Business and Market View

8

Maya Agnani

    Thermal and biological waste-to-energy markets


Deciphering the discipline

48

Victoria Christensen

   An undergraduate student perspective from Winter Workshop and EMA 2017


Resources

New Products

43

Calendar

44

Classified Advertising

45

Display Advertising

47

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