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Powder Metallurgy and Metal Ceramics

, Volume 34, Issue 1–2, pp 1–4 | Cite as

Laser synthesis of ultradisperse powders of aluminum oxide

  • V. N. Antsiferov
  • A. M. Shmakov
  • V. G. Khalturin
  • A. F. Ainagos
Theory, Manufacturing Technology, Properties Of Powders And Fibers

Abstract

We have studied laser synthesis and the structure and properties of ultradisperse aluminum oxide powders. We show that the laser radiation intensity affects the phase composition. We find that the following conditions are optimal for production of these powders: power 500 W, pressure 0.1 atm (1–10 kPa), helium as the synthesis atmosphere.

Keywords

Oxide Radiation Aluminum Atmosphere Helium 
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© Plenum Publishing Corporation 1995

Authors and Affiliations

  • V. N. Antsiferov
  • A. M. Shmakov
  • V. G. Khalturin
  • A. F. Ainagos

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