Microstructure of “Molecular” cermets
Cermets were synthesized by the method of selective reduction of chemical compounds containing both cermet components and subsequent sintering of the reduction product.
The cermets produced were found to have a structure with finely dispersed and uniformly distributed phases.
It was established the uniform distribution of phases may be disturbed by two types of technological defect.
KeywordsMicrostructure Uniform Distribution Chemical Compound Reduction Product Selective Reduction
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