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How to make zirconia ceramics no longer “fragile”?

Zirconia is an important oxide with a special position in the material field. It has unique physical and chemical properties, such as high hardness, low thermal conductivity, high melting point, high temperature and corrosion resistance, chemical inertness, and amphoteric properties.…

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Ceramic Heater

The secret to keeping a smart toilet lid warm!

There are four key components in the smart toilet lid "heaters, controllers, cleaners, and solenoid valves," among which one of the most critical parts is provided by INNOVACERA- ceramic heating plate. The heating function of the smart toilet lid is…

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Ceramic Crucibles

How to choose crucibles in TGA experiments?

Alumina Crucible (Ceramic Crucible) is the most commonly used crucible in TGA experiments. It is relatively stable for most samples and doesn’t react with the samples. In the range of room temperature to 1650°C, the alumina crucible has no thermal…

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Pyrolytic Boron Nitride

The Applications of Pyrolytic Boron Nitride

PBN is a high-purity ceramic with excellent chemical resistance and strength at high temperatures. Pyrolytic Boron Nitride is used in crucibles to produce compound semiconductors and molecular-beam epitaxy, which make use of its characteristics. The extent of potential uses of…

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Ceramic Heater Eelement

Are ceramic heaters really better?

At first of all, we need to know about ceramics. The ceramic heater is made of non-metal materials---Alumina. This material is also known as refractory materials that are standing with high temperatures without any deformation and without any change in…

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Graphene

Graphene and the Most Popular Advanced Alloys

Graphene is an extraordinary material, the only basic member of a family of 2D carbon materials. With its unique mechanical and physical properties, it is a superb filler at the nanoscale, in metal matrix composite materials. It can easily disperse…

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Machinable Glass Ceramic

Machinable Glass Ceramic For Industrial Applications

Machinable Glass Ceramic is a mica glass-ceramic material with a unique combination of properties. It is easily machinable using conventional metalworking tools, with no post-firing required. A versatile ceramic material with technical strength and insulation properties exceeding high-performance plastics, it…

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