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yt·tri·a

 (ĭt′rē-ə)
[New Latin, after Ytterby, a town in Sweden.]

yttria

(ˈɪtrɪə)
n
(Elements & Compounds) another name for yttrium oxide
[C19: New Latin, named after Ytterby; see ytterbia]

yt•tri•a

(ˈɪ tri ə)

n.
a white, water-insoluble powder, Y2O3, used chiefly in incandescent gas and acetylene mantles. Also called yt′trium ox′ide.
[< New Latin (1797), after Ytterby. See ytterbium, -a4]
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Zirconia nanoparticles stabilized with yttria are used to solve this problem.
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According to ESL, the new ScSZ ceramic exhibits improved ionic conductivity and mechanical strength, with a coefficient of thermal expansion nearly equivalent to that of yttria stabilized zirconia (YSZ).
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has obtained a metallic article having a thermal barrier coating system thereon, comprised of a metallic substrate having a composition comprised of nickel; and a thermal barrier coating on a surface of the metallic substrate, the thermal barrier coating comprised of, a metal-ceramic mixture, the metal-ceramic mixture comprised of yttria stabilized zirconia dispersed with aluminum particles, nickel-aluminum inter-metallic phases interposed between the metal-ceramic mixture and the surface of the metallic substrate, the nickel-aluminum intermetallic phases formed by a diffusion process between the metal-ceramic mixture and the metallic substrate.
The zirconia yielded in this research is transformed to cubic structure as a result of increasing yttria content and to tetragonal structure at the presence of 3 wt% of yttria.
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