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Colloidal Ceramic Processing of Nano-, Micro-, and Macro-Particulate Systems Proceedings of the symposium held at the 105th Annual Meeting of The American ... Tennessee, Ceramic Transactions, Volume 152 by

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Published by Wiley-American Ceramic Society .
Written in English

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  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Engineering - Chemical & Biochemical,
  • Science,
  • Technology & Industrial Arts,
  • Material Science,
  • Technology / Engineering / Chemical & Biochemical,
  • Technology / Material Science,
  • Technology : Material Science,
  • Chemistry - Industrial & Technical

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ContributionsWei-Heng Shih (Editor), Yoshihiro Hirata (Editor), William M. Carty (Editor)
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages148
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8743644M
ISBN 101574982117
ISBN 109781574982114

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Colloidal processing has always been a major processing method. It facilitates control of particle interactions through a wide variety of schemes, which include surface coating, dispersion additives, and solvent control, among others. Colloidal processing has always been a major processing method. It facilitates control of particle i more» nteractions through a wide variety of schemes, which include surface coating, dispersion additives, and solvent control, among Edition: 1st Edition. ACerS members are entitled to a 35% discount on all Wiley-ACerS titles. To save, enter membership code CERAM in the Promotion Code field as you're checking out. Click the Apply Discount button so your savings are calculated. Get this from a library! Colloidal ceramic processing of nano-, micro-, and macro-particulate systems: proceedings of the Colloidal Ceramic Processing, Nano-, Micro-, and Macro-Particulate Systems [Symposium] held at the th annual meeting of the American Ceramic Society, April , in Nashville, Tennessee. [Wei-Heng Shih; Yoshihiro Hirata; William M Carty; American Ceramic .

Wei-Heng Shih and Yoshihiro Hirata are the authors of Colloidal Ceramic Processing of Nano-, Micro-, and Macro-Particulate Systems, published by Wiley. More about Wei-Heng Shih. Colloidal Ceramic Processing of Nano-, Micro-, and Macro-Particulate Systems: Proceedings of the symposium held at the th Annual Meeting of The American Ceramic Society, April , in Nashville, Tennessee, Ceramic Transactions. Colloidal Ceramic Processing of Nano-, Micro-, and Macro-Particulate Systems Proceedings of the symposium held at the th Annual Meeting of The American Ceramic Society, April , in Nashville, Tennessee, Ceramic Transactions, Volume by Editor: Yoshihiro Hirata, Wei-Heng Shih, William M. Carty Pages, Published by John Wiley & Sons ISBN . Self-assembled Shells Composed of Colloidal Particles: Fabrication and Characterization We then repeat the process of dilution and concentration with octanol to exchange ethanol for octanol. To Nano-, Micro-, and Macro-Particulate Systems; Shih, W.-H.

The advantages of the colloidal processing route are a very fine and very homogeneous microstructure, with minimal aggregates of zirconia. By using a colloidal processing route (zirconium precursor), narrower ZrO2 grain size distributions (in the region of nm) are expected (Rafferty et al., ). Refractory Castables Based on Colloidal Silica and Hydratable Alumina Article (PDF Available) in American Ceramic Society Bulletin 86(9) . Co-published by The American Ceramic Society (ACerS) and Wiley, Ceramic Transactions (CT) volumes contain peer reviewed papers on ceramic or materials topics that were presented during an ACerS-sponsored or endorsed conferences. Colloidal Ceramic Processing of Nano‐, Micro‐, and Macro‐Particulate Systems, Volume First published.   Sarunya Promkotra and Kelly T. Miller, Micromechanical Testing of Two‐Dimensional Aggregated Colloids, Colloidal Ceramic Processing of Nano‐, Micro‐, and Macro‐Particulate Systems, (), ().