A structural study of Y2O3-partially stabilized zirconia ceramics
Partially stabilized zirconia ceramics ZrO2 (Y2O3) of different structures and phase compositions are tested for thermal stability and thermal shock. The ceramics can be used as solid electrolytes in oxygen activity sensors for fluid heat transfer agents (lead).
KeywordsOxygen Heat Transfer Zirconia Thermal Stability Phase Composition
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