sialon


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sialon

(ˈsaɪəlɒn)
n
(Ceramics) a very strong, corrosion-resistant ceramic used in the chemical industry
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SiZBN, a unique, hot-pressed composite ceramic combines the lubricating properties of boron nitride, extreme refractory of zirconia, and wear resistance and strength of SiAlON.
INTRODUCTION: The term 'sialolith' is derived from the Greek words, sialon meaning saliva and lithos meaning stone.
Alternatively, the Respondent-Driven Sampling (RDS)method will be used in countries where the survey has already been implemented with the TLS during the former EU-funded SIALON project.
Results of the research have applications in modifying sintering process by using SiAlON synthesized in ceramic frames, and also in the synthesis of beds for catalysts that operate at high temperature or at highly corrosive environment.
Structure and properties of multicomponent coatings deposited onto sialon tool ceramics, Archives of Materials Science and Engineering 52(1): 54-60.
The Schaefer Group, Dayton, Ohio, featured a low energy immersion furnace that utilizes electric elements inside sialon tubes in the middle of the aluminum bath for more efficient melting.
A secondary protection tube of silicon carbide, Hexalloy, Sialon or other material is then frequently added for physical strength and/or abrasion resistance.
Sialon, for example, is recommended for machining cast irons and nickel base superalloys at intermediate cutting speeds.
4], [Beta] SiC, Sialon or recrystallised a SiC proved the most suitable materials for sidewall service during corrosion tests under simulated electrolysis conditions.
And while NMR shows no signs of supplanting diffraction methods for solid structural analysis, Harris showed that it is an excellent complementary method in some crystallographically difficult systems, such as SiAlON and boron carbides.
In this research, aqueous solution of calcium nitrate and aluminum nitrate salts were added with colloid silicon at defined molar ratio to obtain alpha SiAlON with chemical composition of Ca1Si9Al3O1N15.
The term is derived from the Greek words sialon (saliva) and lithos (stone), and the Latin-iasis meaning "process" or "morbid condition".