Paper Title:
The Role of the Milling Step on the Sintering Behaviour of Monazite Powder LaPO4 - Densification and Resulting Microstructure
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Sintering behaviour of monazite powder was investigated as a function of the powder milling conditions. To this aim, two techniques were used: attrition-milling and mixer-milling. We show that it is of prime importance to control all the milling parameters in order to obtain controlled microstructure and to avoid abnormal grain growth or residual large porosity.

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633-638
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/AST.45.633
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D. Bregiroux, F. Audubert, D. Bernache-Assollant, "The Role of the Milling Step on the Sintering Behaviour of Monazite Powder LaPO4 - Densification and Resulting Microstructure", Advances in Science and Technology, Vol. 45, pp. 633-638, 2006
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