Effect of sintering media on the properties of ceramics based on lead zirconate–titanate and manganese–zinc ferrites
Refractory and Ceramic Materials
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Some features of processes for producing functional ceramics (piezomaterials and ferrites) are reviewed. Methods to optimize individual process stages and processes as a whole are proposed.
Keywordspiezoceramics ferrites structure composition process pressing sintering nonstoichiometry properties
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