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Latest Research on the Development of High-Quality Aluminum-Oxide Ceramics (Review). Part 2. Synthesis and Sintering of Nanopowders, Sol-Gel and Other Methods of Producing Finely Disperse and Fibrous Aluminum Oxide

  • A. M. AbyzovEmail author
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Russian dissertations on aluminum oxide ceramic and methods of producing it covering the period from 2000 to present are reviewed. Attention is focused primarily on fine structural ceramic. Part 2 of this review includes synthesis of nanopowders of aluminum oxide and their use for sintering, the sol-gel method of producing Al2O3, and other methods of synthesizing finely disperse and fibrous Al2O3 for corundum ceramic.

Key words

aluminum oxide synthesis nanopowders fibers sintering corundum ceramic mechanical properties 

Notes

This work was performed as part of the government task No. 10.8003.2017/8.9 of the Ministry of Education and Science of Russia.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.St. Petersburg State Institute of Technology (Technical University)St. PetersburgRussia

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