x·Al2O3-y·TiO2 powders for plasma sputtering
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It is shown that it is possible to produce x·Al2O3-yTiO2 compositions for plasma sputtering of durable coatings. This is achieved by grinding-free synthesis of a composite powder x·Al2O3-y·TiO2 in which the low-melting component (titanium dioxide) is clad with aluminum hydroxide, which is formed by oxidation of aluminum by water in alkaline solutions.
KeywordsOxidation Aluminum TiO2 Titanium Dioxide
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