Interfaces Between Metals and Ceramics
The interaction between metals and ceramics is discussed from a thermodynamic point of view. The types of interaction which can occur at the metal-ceramic interface are investigated using electromotive force measurements in the test cells: metal |oxide melt| O2 |platinum. Preliminary results indicate that oxidation reactions can be distinguished from redox reactions.
KeywordsRedox Reaction Oxygen Partial Pressure Interfacial Reaction Cell Reaction Boron Carbide
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