Surfaces and Interfaces in Ceramic and Ceramic — Metal Systems

  • Joseph Pask
  • Anthony Evans

Part of the Materials Science Research book series (MSR, volume 14)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiii
  2. Calculations of Interface/Surface States

  3. Characterization of Surfaces and Interfaces

  4. Thermodynamics of Interfaces

  5. Influence of Surfaces and Interfaces on Selected Ceramic Processes

    1. E. S. Tormey, L. M. Robinson, W. R. Cannon, A. Bleier, H. K. Bowen
      Pages 121-136
    2. Mei Chang, Lutgard C. De Jonghe
      Pages 137-142
    3. J. S. Wallace, N. Claussen, M. Rühle, G. Petzow
      Pages 155-165
  6. Grain Boundaries—Structure

    1. H. Schmid, M. Rühle, N. L. Peterson
      Pages 177-187
    2. K.-Y. Liou, N. L. Peterson
      Pages 189-198
    3. Alan B. Harker, David R. Clarke, Carol M. Jantzen, Peter E. D. Morgan
      Pages 207-216
  7. Grain Boundaries—Effect on Deformation and Fracture

    1. J. E. Blendell, C. A. Handwerker, W. A. Kaysser, G. Petzow
      Pages 217-226
    2. A. M. Glaeser, H. K. Bowen, R. M. Cannon
      Pages 227-248
    3. J. R. Porter, W. Blumenthal, A. G. Evans
      Pages 249-260
    4. Parviz Yavari, Terence G. Langdon
      Pages 295-305
    5. J. S. Moya, W. M. Kriven, J. A. Pask
      Pages 317-322
    6. K. Niihara, J. P. Singh, L. D. Bentsen, D. P. H. Hasselman
      Pages 323-334
  8. The Si-SiO2 Interface

  9. Interfacial Phenomena

  10. Formation of Interfaces

  11. Development of Adhesion

    1. M. A. Salamah, D. White
      Pages 467-476
    2. D. P. Whittle, D. H. Boone
      Pages 487-502
    3. Takashi Yamaguchi, Kimio Harano, Kohichi Yajima
      Pages 503-511
  12. Reactions at Interfaces

    1. R. L. Mehan, M. R. Jackson
      Pages 513-523
    2. F. P. Bailey, W. E. Borbidge
      Pages 525-533
    3. M. E. Twentyman, P. Hancock
      Pages 535-545
    4. Masataka Koumura, Minoru Hashiba, Eiji Miura, Yukio Nurishi, Taizo Hibino
      Pages 547-556

About this book


The 17th University Conference on Ceramics, which also was the 7th LBL/MMRD International Materials Symposium, was held on the campus of the University of California at Berkeley from July 28 to August 1, 1980. It was devoted to the subject of surfaces and interfaces in ceramic and ceramic-metal systems. The program was timely and of great interest, as indicated by the large number of contributed papers, which included contributions from ten foreign countries. These proceedings are divided into the following categories dealing with the chemistry and physics of interfaces: calculations of interface/surface states, characterization of surfaces and inter­ faces, thermodynamics of interfaces, influence of surface and inter­ faces on selected ceramic processes, grain boundary structures, effects of grain boundaries on deformation and fracture, interfacial phenomena, formation of interfaces, development of adhesion, and reactions at interfaces. A number of papers deal specifically with the Si-Si02 interface, which probably has received more attention than any other because of its importance in the electronics industry. This coverage fulfills the principal objective of the symposium which was to explore and assess the current fundamental understand­ ing of interfaces and surfaces. A parallel objective of the symposium was fulfilled by a group of papers dealing with the correlation of interfacial characteris­ tics with mechanical behavior. This group includes papers dealing with the adherence of dissimilar materials at interfaces.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Joseph Pask
    • 1
  • Anthony Evans
    • 1
  1. 1.The Lawrence Berkeley LaboratoryUniversity of CaliforniaBerkeleyUSA

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