Physical properties of BeAl2O4 single crystals
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Physical properties of Czochralski-grown single crystal BeAl2O4 are reported. Data on hardness, thermal expansion, thermal conductivity, and elastic constants are tabulated as a function of crystallographic orientation. Results indicate that the properties of BeAl2O4 compare favourably with those of Al2O3.
KeywordsPolymer Thermal Conductivity Al2O3 Thermal Expansion Elastic Constant
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