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by Walter H. Gitzen
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  • Author:
    Walter H. Gitzen
  • ISBN:
    0916094464
  • ISBN13:
    978-0916094461
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    Wiley-American Ceramic Society; 1 edition (September 28, 1970)
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    253 pages
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Walter H. Gitzen is the author of Alumina as a Ceramic Material, published by Wiley.

Book Publishing WeChat. Band gap of alumina decreases with the substitution of these impurities. Results show that band gap is different for spin-up and down (spin splitting effect)

Book Publishing WeChat. W. H. Gitzen, Alumina as a Ceramic Material, American Ceramic Society, Columbus (OH), 1970. Results show that band gap is different for spin-up and down (spin splitting effect).

Alumina as a Ceramic Mate. has been added to your Cart. Alumina as a Ceramic Material Hardcover – September 28, 1970.

Walter H. Bibliographic Details. 1. Alumina as a Ceramic Material. Published by Wiley-American Ceramic Society (1970). ISBN 10: 0916094464 ISBN 13: 9780916094461.

Format Paperback 264 pages.

Special Ceramic Aluminas. Beta and Zeta Aluminas. Suboxides and Gaseous Phases. oceedings{Gitzen1970AluminaAA, title {Alumina as a ceramic material}, author {W. Gitzen}, year {1970} }. Structure and mineralogical properties. Structure of the Alumina Phases. Surface Area of Alumina. Mechanical properties of alumina. General Considerations. Bending, Compressive, Tensile, and Torsional Strength. Gitzen.

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This comprehensive survey has been compiled to provide a sourcebook for aluminum oxide ceramic technology.

This comprehensive survey has been compiled to provide a sourcebook for aluminum oxide ceramic technology. The features and characteristics of high-temperature, transition and hydrated aluminas are presented in detail and are adequate for both engineering and scientific reference. Subjects discussed include nomenclature, natural occurrence and associations, beneficiation and preparation techniques, crystallographic features and mineralogical properties.

This book is intended to be a concise and comprehensive coverage of the key ceramic and glass materials used in. . The popularity of alumina by itself and as a component in numerous ceramic and glass products follows from its wide range of attractive properties.

This book is intended to be a concise and comprehensive coverage of the key ceramic and glass materials used in modern technology. A group of international experts have contributed a wide ranging set of chapters that literally covers this field from A (Chap. 10). Each chapter focuses on the structure–property relationships for these important materials and expands our understanding of their nature by simultaneously discussing the technology of their processing methods.

Alumina as a Ceramic Material. John Wiley & Sons. Paperback, Wiley-American Ceramic Society, 1970, ISBN13 9780916094461, ISBN10 0916094464. Tell us if something is incorrect.

This classic review of alumina, covering every aspect of the material from mineral structure and composition to inherent properties, offers a myriad of applications. This book is a timeless reference for anyone involved in the research, application, or sale of this versatile ceramic material.