Ceramic Systems

Bonding, Microstructures, Hardness Values, and Hardness-Derived Properties
  • I. J. McColm
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Abstract

The materials of particular interest in this book have already been defined and listed in Section 1.2, and they are now considered in relevant detail in this chapter. Because ceramics encompass all main bonding types—ionic, covalent, and metallic—it is convenient to divide this chapter into sections on covalent engineering ceramics, ionic engineering ceramics, electronic ceramics, and special hard-metal ceramics.

Keywords

Slip System Vickers Hardness Boron Atom Boron Carbide Reaction Sinter 
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  • I. J. McColm
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  1. 1.University of BradfordBradfordEngland

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