Surface and Colloid Chemistry in Advanced Ceramics Processing
Robert J. Pugh, Lennart Bergstrom
CRC Press, Oct 27, 1993 - Science - 376 pages
Emphasizes the importance of surface and colloid chemistry in the manufacture of high-performance ceramics. Examines processing-property relationships, powderproductionandcharacte6zation,the dispersion properties of powders in liquids, the rheology of concentrated suspensions, and the surface and colloid chemistry aspects of the most widely used forming methods.
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Surface Chemical Characterization of Ceramic Powders
Dispersion and Stability of Ceramic Powders in Liquids
Rheology of Concentrated Suspensions
The Pressing Process
Surface Chemistry in Dry Pressing
Effect of Binders and Lubricants on Granulation
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