Carbonal production of β-sialon from nanosized powders

M. Sopicka-Lizer, R.A. Terpstra, R. Metselaar

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Abstract

ß'-sialon has been produced by carbothermal route from the mixture of nanosized alumina and silica prepared in the form of slip casted tablets. Quantitative X-ray analysis has been applied to determine phases occuring at the different time and temperature in flowing nitrogen. It has been found that apart from silicon carbide, O'-phase occurred as an intermediate in the carbotherrnal reaction in flowing nitrogen. The lack of silicon in the system because of evaporation of SiO led to further decomposition of ß'-sialon in the presence of AlN.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThird EURO-Ceramics : vol. 1 : Proceedings of ceramics : Proceedings of the third European Ceramic Society Conference (THIRD ECerS), held on 12-17 September 1993 at the Madrid Congress & Exhibition Centre, Spain
EditorsP. Durán, J.F. Fernández
Place of PublicationCastellón de la Plana
PublisherFaenza Editrice Iberica
Pages1085-1090
ISBN (Print)84-87683-05-3
Publication statusPublished - 1993

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    Sopicka-Lizer, M., Terpstra, R. A., & Metselaar, R. (1993). Carbonal production of β-sialon from nanosized powders. In P. Durán, & J. F. Fernández (Eds.), Third EURO-Ceramics : vol. 1 : Proceedings of ceramics : Proceedings of the third European Ceramic Society Conference (THIRD ECerS), held on 12-17 September 1993 at the Madrid Congress & Exhibition Centre, Spain (pp. 1085-1090). Faenza Editrice Iberica.