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The formation of crystalline α-Si3N4 filaments grown inside the pore channels of HT-carbon fibers from a 2D C/C-SiC composite is investigated by transmission electron microscopy. Precipitation of α-Si3N4 is promoted by a low carbonization heat treatment of the C/C material prior to liquid silicon infiltration and results from the interaction of a highly reactive nitrogen-rich vapor phase released from the fiber and silicon vapor diffusing ahead of the SiC reaction front into the porous microtexture of the fiber.
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