Structures of Ceramics/Metal and Ceramics/Ceramics Core/Shell Particles by Hybridization

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Hybridization is a promising method for core/shell particles by a mechanical shock process involving dry blending and dry impact blending. In this paper, hybridization was used to prepare TiB2/Ni ceramics/metal and TiB2/Al2O3 ceramics/ceramics core/shell particles. The mechanism of the formation and the features of the core/shell particles were analyzed. The nano- Al2O3 particles can be coated on the surface of micron TiB2 particles directly by hybridization, The sub-micron Al2O3 particles can be coated on the surface of micron TiB2 particles, only with the introducing of PE-wax as transition layer. The mechanical properties of cermet sintered from TiB2/Ni core/shell ceramics/metal particles were compared with that from TiB2/Ni blended particles.

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Di Zhang, Jingkun Guo and Chi Y. A. Tsao

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109-113

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Z. Y. Fu et al., "Structures of Ceramics/Metal and Ceramics/Ceramics Core/Shell Particles by Hybridization", Key Engineering Materials, Vol. 351, pp. 109-113, 2007

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October 2007

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