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Microscopic Characterization of Cosintered Copper/Cordierite Interfaces

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  22 February 2011

J. Werckmann
Affiliation:
I.P.C.M.S. Groupe Surfaces-Interfaces (UM 380046), Université Louis Pasteur, 4 rue B. Pascal, F-67070 Strasbourg, France
B.S. Han
Affiliation:
I.P.C.M.S. Groupe Surfaces-Interfaces (UM 380046), Université Louis Pasteur, 4 rue B. Pascal, F-67070 Strasbourg, France
J. Faerber
Affiliation:
I.P.C.M.S. Groupe Surfaces-Interfaces (UM 380046), Université Louis Pasteur, 4 rue B. Pascal, F-67070 Strasbourg, France
P. Humbert
Affiliation:
I.P.C.M.S. Groupe Surfaces-Interfaces (UM 380046), Université Louis Pasteur, 4 rue B. Pascal, F-67070 Strasbourg, France
B. Carriere
Affiliation:
I.P.C.M.S. Groupe Surfaces-Interfaces (UM 380046), Université Louis Pasteur, 4 rue B. Pascal, F-67070 Strasbourg, France
C. Esnouf
Affiliation:
I.N.S.A. Groupe GEMPPM (LA 341), Bat. 502, 20 av. A. Einstein, F-69621 Vileurbanne, France
N. Chardon
Affiliation:
I.P.C.M.S. Groupe Matériaux Inorganiques (UM 380046), E.H.I.C.S., 1 rue B. Pascal, F-67008 Strasbourg, France
J. Guille
Affiliation:
I.P.C.M.S. Groupe Matériaux Inorganiques (UM 380046), E.H.I.C.S., 1 rue B. Pascal, F-67008 Strasbourg, France
J.C. Bernier
Affiliation:
I.P.C.M.S. Groupe Matériaux Inorganiques (UM 380046), E.H.I.C.S., 1 rue B. Pascal, F-67008 Strasbourg, France
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Abstract

Copper and sol-gel processed cordierite were cosintered in oxidizing atmosphere using an eutectic bonding technique. Firing at low and high heating rates leads to interfaces which present different macroscopic properties. These interfaces were therefore investigated on a microscopic scale by SEM, XPS and STEM analyses. Copper diffusion as well as strong chemical and structural modifications were observed in the interface region. Although these interfaces have good adhesion properties, there was no evidence for the formation of some interfacial copper compound.

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