Structure and Properties of Ceramics by M.V. Swain (editor)

By M.V. Swain (editor)

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G. P63/mcm, No. 754); X-ray powder data (Gladyshevskii and Kripyakevich, 1965 a, b). g. 61 (Parthe, 1960). g. 599 (Aronsson, 1960). 7%. 16 It may be relevant (in the context of ceramics) to point out that this structure type was originally known as the "p-tungsten" structure. Subsequently it transpired that this material was not tungsten but a sub-oxide, W 3 O. , above the normal boiling point of liquid nitrogen) for YBa 2 Cu 3 O 7 in 1987 was a significant development because, previously, (expensive) liquid helium (or hydrogen) was needed to attain temperatures below Tc.

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3. New York: Interscience. Wyckoff, R. W. G. , Vol. 4. New York: Interscience. 2 Oxide Ceramics James D. A. William E. K. 1 Fused and Tabular Refractory Grades Materials Science and Technology Copyright © WILEY-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co KGaA. Allrightsreserved. c. ) in 1991. This is broken down into broad categories in Table 2-1. The field of oxide glasses constitutes more than half of the world dollar volume. This important field is covered in Volume 9 of this Series. The remaining categories of industrial ceramics are broken down further in Table 2-2 which reveals several important points.

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