Evolution of the Microstructure of Disperse ZnO During Mechanical Activation and its Influence on Sinterability
For obtaining optimal properties of both materials and products, a very careful control of changes of primarily morphological, microstructural and other characteristics is necessary. This is the reason why the investigation of the process of mechanical activation, which is very often used in powder technology, is of both scientifically and practically interest1,2.
KeywordsPorosity Anisotropy Agglomeration Rosen Permited
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