ceramic oxide

ceramic oxide

n
(Elements & Compounds) a compound of oxygen with nonorganic material: recently discovered to act as a high-temperature superconductor
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Tables(5) and (6) show the current-voltage values could prove the possibility of using natural additive containing electrolytes in the work in formation of ceramic oxide coatings by using of moderate current and voltages in the range (0.
Sintering of the sol-gel coating plays a vital role in determining the crystallinity, phase changes, adhesion with the substrates and hardness of the ceramic oxide coatings.
This grant is expected to help Spire develop next-generation ceramic oxide coatings that promise greater performance.
Instead of the commonly used cordierite and silicon carbide, the new filter contains aluminum titanate, an aluminum and titanium ceramic oxide compound.
Due to their high thermal and chemical stability and non-toxicity, ceramic oxide materials have the potential for high temperature power generation application.
The range includes tools with both the company's ceramic oxide and CO-COOL (top sized) types of ceramic grain for cool grinding The brochure covers belts, flap wheels and the patented PFERD COMBIDISC line of fiber discs and mini discs totaling more than 275 individual ceramic tools.
The chrome-free technology transforms the mold surface into an extremely hard crystalline ceramic oxide through anodic conversion under plasma discharge.
This article is concerned with reporting on some research I completed aimed at extending a palette of ceramic oxide colour finishes.
Now, Muller and his coworkers have devised an electron microscope technique capable of detecting even single missing oxygen atoms in nanoscale layers of the ceramic oxide strontium titanate.
The process uses plasma electrolytic oxidation to build a microscopically thin, yet very hard, ceramic oxide coating on the magnesium, all within a completely non-toxic environment.
Due to its large thermopower and low resistivity, the ceramic oxide material, Na[Co.