Cellular Ceramics by Michael Scheffler, Paolo Colombo

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Metal. Soc. AIME, 1985, pp. ) Reprinted with permission of The Minerals, Metals and Materials Society. 3 Foaming Techniques The foaming of ceramic slurries involves dispersing a gas in the form of bubbles into a ceramic suspension. There are two basic approaches for achieving this: 1) incorporating an external gas by mechanical frothing, injection of a gas stream, or application of an aerosol propellant, and 2) evolution of a gas in situ. In most cases the addition of a surfactant is required to reduce the surface tension of the gas–liquid interfaces and thus stabilize the gas bubbles developed within the slurry.

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