Oxygen Volume Concentration and Void Capacitance in Oxides, Oxygen-Containing Compounds and Refractory Materials
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Oxygen volume concentration and void capacitance are evaluated for a range of oxides, oxygen-containing compounds, and refractory materials. Guidelines for reducing the oxygen volume concentration and void capacitance in refractory materials are suggested.
KeywordsOxide Oxygen Polymer Volume Concentration Refractory Material
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