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Precursor-Derived Ceramics: Synthesis, Structure and High-Temperature Mechanical Properties

Precursor-Derived Ceramics: Synthesis, Structure and High-Temperature Mechanical Properties

Joachim Bill (Editor), Fumihiro Wakai (Editor), Fritz Aldinger (Editor)

ISBN: 978-3-527-61383-0

Jul 2008

313 pages

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$168.99

Description

The production of high-purity ceramic materials from low-molecular weight, inorganic or organoelement precursors is a topic of increasing relevance within materials science.
With this emerging technology it is possible to precisely tailor the properties of the ceramic material which enables new high-temperature or electronic applications.
Every materials scientist and engineer involved in the research and development of new high-performance ceramic materials will find these results - presented at a recent workshop of the Max-Planck-Gesellschaft - of great importance for his own work.
INTRODUCTION
Precursor-Derived Covalent Ceramics
Ceramics Superplasticity
CERAMICS FROM ORGANOELEMENT COMPOUNDS
Synthesis and Processing of SiC Based Materials
SiC Fibers
High Temperature Stable Ceramics from Inorganic Polymers
CHARACTERIZATION
Photoelectron Spectroscopy
Solid State NMR
Diffraction Methods
X-ray and Neutron Diffraction Investigation
HIGH TEMPERATURE MECHANICAL PROPERTIES
Compression Creep Behavior
Nano-, Micro- and Milliboundaries in SiN Based Ceramics
Plastic Deformation at High Temperatures
Fabrication of Fine-Grained SiN and SiC