SHS of Ti3SiC2-Based Materials in the Ti–Si–C System: Impact of Silicon Excess
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For SHS of Ti3SiC2-based materials in the Ti–Si–C system, we explored the impact of silicon excess on the composition of resultant MAX-phase material by XRD and SEM methods. After hot pressing, SHS-produced MAX-phase material was found to contain over 88 wt % of Ti3SiC2. The SHS-produced powders are sinterable and deserve further studies on their hot pressing and pressure-less reactive sintering.
Keywords:SHS combustion synthesis MAX phases Ti3SiC2 silicon
This work was financially supported by the National Science Center (grant no. 2013/11/B/ST5/02275).
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