Ceramic Films and Coatings by John D. Wachtman, Richard A. Haber

By John D. Wachtman, Richard A. Haber

This can be a complete assessment of the main parts of ceramic skinny motion pictures and coatings, by means of 21 gurus at the topic. The booklet is directed towards capability clients of the expertise and also will supply a vast replace for specialists within the box. The ebook provides a sequence of stories of a few of the such a lot lively and technically vital parts of ceramic motion pictures and coatings. This thorough assessment of the state-of-the-art of ceramic movies and coatings will be a welcome boost to the ceramic engineer's or scientist's library.

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Preparation of a ceramic by a sol-gel technique usually involves three stages: (i) hydrolysis and condensation to form individual particles or polymers, (ii) linking of these to form a high viscosity gel, and (iii) aging and drying to remove all or part of the solvent and form a shrunken and porous ceramic precursor. This precursor is then heated to a temperature which depends upon the degree of consolidation wanted. Ceramic thin films are made by applying the sol or gel to a substrate at a point in the sol-gel processing before the viscosity has become too high.

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42 Wear Resistant Thin Films by Ion Implantation 43 Ion beam processing can be used to either alter the microstructure and composition of a near-surface layer or to synthesize a new compound on or near the surface of a suitable substrate. In the present discussion, attention will be given to both approaches-the formation of a modified surface on a ceramic substrate and the synthesis of ceramic compounds on metallic and ceramic substrates. The ion beam processes to be covered herein are ion implantation, ion beam mixing (IBM), and ion beam assisted deposition (IBAD).

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