Science of Ceramic Chemical Processing / Edition 1by Larry L. Hench
Pub. Date: 04/24/1986
A comprehensive treatment of producing ceramic, glass, and composite materials using chemistry-based processing methods. Synthesizes the most up-to-date research. Includes new areas of computer aided processing, molecular calculations of ceramic processing reactions, and chemical control of surface films. Contributions from over 115 experts in the field. Index.
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Table of ContentsPartial table of contents:
Inorganic Colloids for Forming Ultrastructures (R. K. Iler).
Physical-Chemical Factors in Sol-Gel Processes (Z. Zarzycki).
Relationships Between Sol to Gel to Glass Conversions: Structure of Gels During Densification (C. J. Brinker, & et al ).
Use of Drying Control Chemical Additives (DCCAs) in Sol-Gel Process (L. L. Hench).
Kinetics and Mechanisms of Sol-Gel Polymerization (J. Jonas).
NMR, Raman Study of the Effect of Formamide on the Sol-Gel Process (I. Artaki, et al.).
Contribution to the Kinetics of Glass Formation from Solutions (H. Schmidt, et al.).
Applications and Chemistry of Sol-Gel Derived Transparent Silica Aerogels (P. H. Tewari, et al.).
A Model for the Growth of Fractal Silica Polymers (K. D. Keefer).
Sintering of Monolithic Silica Aerogels (M. Prassas, et al.).
Kinetic Processes in Sol--Gel Processing (D. R. Uhlmann, et al.).
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