Temperature, pressure and time are parameters in the solid-state bonding of metals to oxide materials. The role of these parameters in the bonding of metals with low melting point to glass and ceramic and their interrelationship is experimentally investigated in relation to the adherence of the bonds. The influence of the surface structure and the unevenness of the bonding surfaces is also considered.
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Klomp, J.T., Van De Ven, A.J.C. Parameters in solid-state bonding of metals to oxide materials and the adherence of bonds. J Mater Sci 15, 2483–2488 (1980). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00550751
- Melting Point
- Surface Structure
- Oxide Material