Phase Boundaries, Particles, and Pores
In ceramic materials, as in other materials systems, interfaces are the most important region of the material because that’s where most of the action takes place. PBs are particularly important because they are the interfaces between dissimilar phases.
KeywordsElectron Paramagnetic Resonance Phase Boundary Interfacial Energy Triple Junction Misfit Dislocation
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