Features of high-density industrial ceramics technology. Selection of modifying additives
The effect of modifying additives on sintering, microstructure control, and the properties of ceramics was demonstrated. The types of additives with a different type of reaction with the crystal lattice of the basic oxide in sintering were examined. Oxides that form solid solutions are the most effective additives that significantly affect sintering and microstructure formation processes.
KeywordsSolid Solution Cationic Vacancy Yttrium Oxide Basic Oxide Molar Content
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