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Defects and diffusion in ceramics

D. J. Fisher

Defects and diffusion in ceramics

an annual retrospective X

by D. J. Fisher

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Published by Trans Tech in Stafa-Zuerich, Enfield, NH .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Diffusion,
  • Defects,
  • Analysis,
  • Ceramics

  • Edition Notes

    Statementeditor, D.J. Fisher
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTP815 .D46 2008
    The Physical Object
    Pagination398 p. :
    Number of Pages398
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25328082M
    ISBN 103908451620
    ISBN 109783908451624
    LC Control Number2009289693

    Alloys were prepared in an arc furnace baving a nonconsumable tungsten electrode. The reaction between Ni/sub 3/Al and Ni/sub 3/Nb was followed by thermal and x-ray analyses, and by following the changes in hardness and electrical resistance as a function of composition.   Defects in Solids, Volume Thermodynamics of Point Defects and Their Relation with Bulk Properties focuses on the methodologies, approaches, and reactions involved in the study of point defects in solids. The book first offers information on thermodynamic functions Format: Ebook.

    Chapter 2. Bonding in Ceramics. Chapter 3. Structure of Ceramics. Chapter 4. Effect of Chemical Forces on Physcial Properties. Chapter 5. Thermodynamics and Kinetic Considerations. Chapter 6. Defects in Ceramics. Chapter 7. Diffusion and Electrical Conductivity. Chapter 8. Phase Equilibria. Chapter 9. Formation, Structure, and Properties of. addition alumina anion applications atoms behavior bond borides boron carbide carbon cation ceramics chemical coefficient composition conductivity crack creep crystal structure cubic decrease defects densification density diffusion effect electrical electron energy equilibrium etal ferrites fiber Figure formation fracture toughness glass glass.

    Steady state diffusion: the diffusion flux does not change with time. Concentration profile:concentration of atoms/molecules of interest as function of position in the sample. Concentration gradient: dC/dx (Kg.m-4): the slope at a particular point on concentration profile. Steady-State Diffusion A B A B x . interactions among defects. Such interactions are responsible for defect aggregation. In modeling internal fields, questions arise regarding what is the statistical nature of defect distribution, what (if any) correlations there are between defects, and what length scales .


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Special Defects and diffusion in ceramics book Collections Specialized Collections Retrospective Collection Home Defects and Diffusion in Ceramics III.

Defects and Diffusion in Ceramics III. Book Cover. Subtitle: An Annual Retrospective III. Description: This is the third special issue to cover recent progress in the field.

As usual, priority in abstracting has been given. Defects and Diffusion in Ceramics XII. Book Cover. Subtitle: An Annual Retrospective XII. Description: Review from Ringgold Inc., ProtoView: Original papers make up the first half of this book and are sectioned into ceramics, semiconductors, metals and theory/simulation.

The second half is devoted to an annual retrospective which provides. The book is composed of two parts, beginning with a look at the basics of diffusion according to Fick's Laws. Solutions of Fick’s second law for constant D, diffusion in grain boundaries and dislocations are presented along with a look at the atomistic approach for the random motion of : Springer International Publishing.

Get this from a library. Defects and diffusion in ceramics X. [D J Fisher;] -- This tenth volume in the series covering the latest results in the field includes abstracts of papers which have appeared since the publication of Annual Retrospective IX (Volume ).

As well as the. Abstract. Point defects are particularly important in ceramics because of the role they can play in determining the properties of a material. The entire semiconductor industry is possible because of minute concentrations of point defects that are added to Si: the dopants determine if the Si is n-type, p-type, or semi-insulating: they determine the electrical properties.

Get this from a library. Defects and diffusion in ceramics: an annual retrospective VIII. [D J Fisher;] -- This eighth volume in the series covering the latest results in the field includes abstracts of papers which appeared between the publication of Annual Retrospective VII (Volumes ) and the end.

Diffusion in Ceramics (Solid Mechanics and Its Applications Book ) - Kindle edition by Pelleg, Joshua. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Diffusion in Ceramics (Solid Mechanics and Price: $ 11 Point Defects, Charge, and Diffusion CHAPTER PREVIEW Point defects are particularly important in ceramics because of the role they can play in determining the properties of a material.

The entire semiconductor industry is possible because of minute concentrations of point defects that are added to Si: the dopants determine if the Si is n-type, p-type or semi-insulating; they determine the.

Defect and diffusion forum; v QD Paragraph-long abstracts of papers published over the past year, arranged alphabetically by the metal they consider, are introduced by 19 original papers on metals, theory, ceramics, and semiconductors.

Updated and improved, this revised edition of Michel Barsoum's classic text Fundamentals of Ceramics presents readers with an exceptionally clear and comprehensive introduction to ceramic science. Barsoum offers introductory coverage of ceramics, their structures, and properties, with a distinct emphasis on solid state physics and chemistry/5(3).

: Diffusion in Ceramics (Solid Mechanics and Its Applications) (): Pelleg, Joshua: Books. Imperfections (Defects) in Ceramics. Point defect-atom exchange by diffusion is the basic mechanism. when research on dislocations was intense and in the years since the book has carved Author: Joshua Pelleg.

Diffusion in Ceramics. In this book, all aspects of the theoretical fundamentals, experimental techniques, highlights of current developments and results for solids, liquids and interfaces are. In the second part, the author discusses diffusion in several technologically important ceramics.

The ceramics selected are monolithic single phase ones, including: A1 2 O 3, SiC, MgO, ZrO 2 and Si 3 N 4. Of these, three refer to oxide ceramics (alumina, magnesia and zirconia).

Defects and diffusion in semiconductors; an annual retrospective; v Ed. by D.J. Fisher. Trans Tech Publications pages $ Paperback Defect diffusion forum; v QC Developments in semiconductors, metals, ceramics, and miscellaneous material over the past year are reviewed in 15 original papers.

Bulk Defects. Bulk defects occur on a much bigger scale than the rest of the crystal defects discussed in this section. However, for the sake of completeness and since they do affect the movement of dislocations, a few of the more common bulk defects will be mentioned.

The book is composed of two parts, beginning with a look at the basics of diffusion according to Fick's Laws. Solutions of Fick’s second law for constant D, diffusion in grain boundaries and dislocations are presented along with a look at the atomistic approach for the random motion of : Springer International Publishing.

In this study, force field-based simulations are employed to examine the defects in Li-ion diffusion pathways together with activation energies and a solution of dopants in Li2Ti6O The lowest defect energy process is found to be the Li Frenkel ( eV/defect), inferring that this defect process is most likely to occur.

This study further identifies that cation exchange (Li–Ti Cited by: 2. While a detailed treatise of diffusion in ceramics is beyond the scope of this book, the diffusion-related issues are discussed in detail from an applications focus, where relevant. Sintering and electrical resistivity are the most important to the commercial applications of alumina, with refractoriness another important diffusion-related property.

This textbook provides an introduction to changes that occur in solids such as ceramics, mainly at high temperatures, which are diffusion controlled, as well as presenting research data.

Such changes are related to the kinetics of various reactions such as precipitation, oxidation and phase transformations, but are also related to some mechanical changes, such as creep. The book is composed of. 1. In a binary oxide, e.g. a metal oxide (MO), there are two sublattices.

The diffusion of cations and of anions proceeds each on its own sublattice, involving different point defects. Accordingly, cation and anion diffusion rates can be very different and, in fact, usually by: 5.For diluted defects, the diffusion coefficients of the defects are independent of the defect concentration.

We will see in Section that this is not generally the case in concentrated defect solutions. The diffusion coefficient of the ion in Eq. is also called the self-diffusion coefficient. Experimentally this is impossible to measure as Author: Steffen Grieshammer, Steffen Grieshammer, Roger A.

De Souza.Antisite defects occur in an ordered alloy or compound when atoms of different type exchange positions. For example, some alloys have a regular structure in which every other atom is a different species; for illustration assume that type A atoms sit on the corners of a cubic lattice, and type B atoms sit in the center of the cubes.