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- Particle growth during calcination of polycation oxides synthesized by the polymeric precursors method
- Universidade Federal de São Carlos (UFSCar)
- Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESP)
- American Ceramic Society
- The particle-growth kinetics of sodium niobate and zirconium titanate powders that were processed by the polymeric precursors method were studied. The growth kinetics that were studied for the particle, in the final stage of crystallization, showed that the growth process occurs in two different stages. For temperatures <800°C, the particle-growth mechanism is associated with surface diffusion, with an activation energy in the range of 40-80 KJ/mol. For temprratures >800°C, particle growth is controlled by densification of the nanometric particle cluster and by a neck-size-controlled particle-growth mechanism. The results suggest that this behavior was typical of the synthesis method, because two different polycation oxides presented the same behavior.
- Journal of the American Ceramic Society, v. 80, n. 10, p. 2649-2657, 1997.
- Activation energy
- Crystal growth
- Diffusion in solids
- Reaction kinetics
- Synthesis (chemical)
- Thermal effects
- Polycation oxides
- Polymeric precursor method
- Sodium niobate
- Zirconium titanate
- Ceramic materials
- Acesso restrito
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