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On Mullite Crystallization in Ceramic Composites

The particulars of mullite crystallization during the synthesis of the ceramic composite material ‘mullite – zirconium oxide,’ obtained from a two-phase gel by co-precipitation combined with sol-gel synthesis, were studied. Powders of the ceramic composite material ‘mullite – ZrO2‘ were obtained. They were heat treated at 1150 and 1350°C. Samples of the ceramic composite ‘mullite – zirconium oxide’ were made from the obtained powders by semi-dry pressing. The microstructure and phase composition of the ceramic were studied.

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Translated from Steklo i Keramika, No. 12, pp. 9 – 14, December, 2021.

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Babashov, V.G., Maksimov, V.G. & Varrik, N.M. On Mullite Crystallization in Ceramic Composites. Glass Ceram 78, 471–475 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10717-022-00434-z

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Key words

  • ceramic composite material
  • sol-gel
  • mullite
  • zirconium oxide
  • crystallization