Aluminum Oxide and Alumina Ceramics (review). Part 1. Properties of Al2O3 and Commercial Production of Dispersed Al2O3
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This paper provides a review of aluminum oxide properties associated with its use, varieties of commercial products, methods for producing aluminum oxide in a disperse state, in the form of polycrystalline ceramics and single-crystal products, as well as chemical aspects of the related technological processes.
Keywordsaluminum oxide alumina ceramics abrasives composites
This study was performed within the scope of the state assignment No. 10.8003.2017/8.9 of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation.
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