sinterability


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sin·ter

 (sĭn′tər)
n.
1. Geology A chemical sediment or crust, as of porous silica, deposited by a mineral spring.
2. A mass formed by sintering.
v. sin·tered, sin·ter·ing, sin·ters
v.tr.
To cause (metallic powder, for example) to form a coherent mass by heating without melting.
v.intr.
To form a coherent mass by heating without melting.

[German, from Middle High German, dross, metal slag, from Old High German.]

sin′ter·a·bil′i·ty n.
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sinterability

(ˌsɪntərəˈbɪlɪtɪ)
n
the capacity to be sintered
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Park et al., "Densification of reaction bonded silicon nitride with the addition of fine Si powder--effects on the sinterability and mechanical properties," Journal of the Korean Ceramic Society, vol.
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Gervei, Effect of Fe2O3 Addition on the Sinterability and Machinability of Glass-Ceramics in the System MgO-CaO-SiO2-P2O5 , J.
Effect of sintering temperature in physical-mechanical behavior and in titanium-hydroxyapatite composite sinterability. Materials science forum, 530-531: 249-254.
Sinterability of low-melting Illite-Bearing Clays, Glass and Ceramics 6: 18-21.
These nanosized powders possess a high surface area and stored energy for solid-state densification at low temperatures [11] and, as a result, the sinterability of samples can be improved.
To study the sinterability of the nanoparticles obtained by the present combustion method, the as-prepared Ca[Nb.sub.2][O.sub.6] nanoparticles were mixed with 5% polyvinyl alcohol and pressed in the form of cylindrical pellet of 12 mm diameter and ~2mm thickness at a pressure about 350 MPa using a hydraulic press.
Montanaro, "Si-substituted hydroxyapatite nanopowders: synthesis, thermal stability and sinterability," Materials Research Bulletin, vol.
It is a low-temperature method which could provide coatings with a homogeneous microstructure and improved sinterability. (10)