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Reaction Sintering of Ceramic Materials by Microwave Heating

  • Ph. Boch (a1), N. Lequeux (a1) and P. Piluso (a1)

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Microwave heating was used to reaction sinter Al2O3 + SiO2 and Al2O3 + TiO2 powder mixtures to prepare mullite and aluminum titanate ceramics, respectively. In comparison with conventional heating, microwave heating leads to a decrease in the temperatures of treatment of 50 to 100°C.

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Reaction Sintering of Ceramic Materials by Microwave Heating

  • Ph. Boch (a1), N. Lequeux (a1) and P. Piluso (a1)

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