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Structural Ceramic Nanocomposites: A Review of Properties and Powders’ Synthesis Methods
Hint Swipe to navigate through the chapters of this book Close hint. Abstract Commercial ceramic carbide operations require large thermal and mechanical energy inputs in order to produce a powder product. A process that could reduce the energy requirements needed to make these materials would allow for these materials to be implemented in a greater number of industrial applications. In this study, silicon carbide SiC , tungsten carbide WC , and molybdenum carbide Mo 2 C were synthesized via the carbothermal reduction of activated carbon loaded with silicate, tungstate, and molybdate anions adsorbed from aqueous solutions.
Carburization was carried out under reducing and inert gas atmospheres, at temperatures lower than those utilized by commercial operations. X-ray diffraction and scanning electron microscopy were used to characterize the carburization products, and inductively coupled plasma-optical emission spectroscopy ICP-OES was used to determine the degree of adsorption onto the activated carbon matrix.
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