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Formation of highly-porous biomorphous SiC-ceramics derived from cellulose paper


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Author(s): Fey T, Sieber H, Greil P
Publication year: 2005
Pages range: 419-424

Abstract

Highly-porous SiC-ceramics were prepared by pyrolysis and reactive conversion of Si-powder / resin coated cellulose fiber papers in inert atmosphere at temperatures between 1300-1500 degrees C. The reactive phase formation during annealing was monitored by XRD and TGA/DTA measurements. The morphology of the initial cellulose fiber paper, the coated paper and the final beta-SiC-ceramic was characterized by SEM/EDX, density and porosity measurements. After processing, the highly-porous SiC-ceramics are characterized by an unique Re-like morphology resulting from the initial cellulose like template.



How to cite
APA: Fey, T., Sieber, H., & Greil, P. (2005). Formation of highly-porous biomorphous SiC-ceramics derived from cellulose paper. (pp. 419-424).

MLA: Fey, Tobias, Heino Sieber, and Peter Greil. "Formation of highly-porous biomorphous SiC-ceramics derived from cellulose paper." 2005. 419-424.

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