Whereafter, the application of sol-gel process in the preparation of metal oxide ceramic fibers was reviewed. Afterwards, the definition of nanofibers category and the applications of electronic injection technique are firstly introduced.
Considering the poor conductive properties of the oxides ceramics and difficulty in dynamically controlling the passivation film thickness of metal alloy inert anodes, in this work, the nickel ferrite-based cermets, which have better corrosion resistance and conductive properties, were selected as the research object.
The results show that the formation of the multiple structures containing inverse spinels and partially inverse spinels is the essential reason for interpreting the high infrared emissivity of 0.930 in the transitional metal oxides ceramics.
The membranes are based on an oxide ceramic containing hydrated zirconium(IV) oxide as an ion-exchange component.
The resistivity of composite nonlinear resistors (varistors) consisting of zinc oxide ceramic and high-density polyethylene, as well as IR spectra and X-ray diffraction patterns taken of the samples, are studied.
Undamped total current oscillations were observed for the first time during dc magnetron sputtering of oxide ceramic targets.
This behavior of the implanted impurities in BN is directly the opposite of that observed in earlier studies of polycrystalline aluminum oxide ceramic exposed to similar ion thermal treatment.
The experimental results show that even and continual barium hexaferrite coatings were prepared on fly ash cenospheres, and the magnetic conductivity was imparted to these non-conducting oxide ceramic particles.
Oxide ceramics BIMEVOX: Conductivity, structure, and chemical bond
Characteristics of thermally stimulated depolarization phenomena in zinc-oxide ceramics for varistors
The results of experimental investigations and an analysis of the temperature dependences of the thermally stimulated depolarization current are presented for zinc-oxide ceramics suitable for use in high-voltage varistors.
Elastic and inelastic moduli of the superconducting yttrium-barium oxide ceramics YBa2Cu3O7-δ (YBCO) were studied using the ultrasonic resonance technique.
Synthesis and study of a perovskite phase of yttrium barium metal oxide ceramics
Tetragonal-to-monoclinic martensite transformation due to water adsorption was found on the surface of both dispersed and ceramic oxide-stabilized zirconia.
This complex perovskite ceramic oxide thus obtained is characterized by high-resolution transmission-electron microscopy, X-ray and electron diffraction, thermal analysis, FT-IR spectroscopy, surface area measurements, and particle-size analysis.
Complex impedance analysis of a valence-compensated perovskite ceramic oxide Na1/2Sm1/2TiO3, prepared by a mixed oxide (solid-state reaction) method, has been carried out.
Angle-dependent THz tomography - characterization of thin ceramic oxide films for fuel cell applications
Effect of ceramic oxide on PVC-PMMA hybrid polymer electrolytes