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Authors: Jef Vleugels
Abstract:The ceramic cutting tool requirements for metal machining are reviewed, taking into account the trends in industry towards dry high-speed...
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Authors: Bernd Bitterlich, Kilian Friederich, Hasan Mandal
Abstract:CeramTec AG is a well-known manufacturer of cutting tool materials, especially for inserts based on silicon nitride. Some years ago it...
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Authors: Youichi Shimizu, Satoko Takase, Mariko Yoshida
Abstract:Novel sol-gel processing techniques of ceramic materials were developed for designing new functional environmental ion sensors. Wet-chemical...
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Authors: Peter A. Lieberzeit, Gerd Glanznig, Anton Leidl, Franz L. Dickert
Abstract:Inorganic frameworks obtained by the sol-gel route can be templated by a molecular imprinting (MIP) approach to generate functional...
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Authors: I.C. Cosentino, E.N.S. Muccillo, F.M. Vichi, R. Muccillo
Abstract:Ceramic ZrTiO4 powders were prepared by a sol-gel method using zirconium oxychloride and titanium tetraisopropoxide. In situ high...
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Authors: Werner Weppner
Abstract:Electrostatic potential drops across interfaces caused by the exchange of ions together with electrons may be used in various ways to...
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Authors: M.C. Carotta, E. Ferrari, A. Giberti, C. Malagù, Marco Nagliati, S. Gherardi, B. Vendemiati, G. Martinelli
Abstract:The main semiconductor oxides for gas sensing have been examined, describing the synthesis processes and the morphological and structural...
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Authors: Fabio A. Deorsola, P. Mossino, Ignazio Amato, Bruno DeBenedetti, A. Bonavita, G. Micali, G. Neri
Abstract:Nanostructured semiconductor metal oxides have played a central role in the gas sensing research field, because of their high sensitivity,...
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Authors: A. Borisov, O. Ivanova, S. Krutovertsev, A. Pislyakov
Abstract:Comparative study of WO3 thick film sensing features obtained by two different methods to ozone content in the air is presented. The thin...
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Authors: Subhash C. Singhal
Abstract:A solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) electrochemically converts chemical energy of a fuel into electricity at temperatures from about 650 to...
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