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This up-to-date reference details the various chemical procedures used to characterize and synthesize ceramic materials - presenting specific examples of classes of ceramic materials fabricated by chemical processes, including thin films, membranes, and superconductors. Written by over 30 internationally acclaimed researchers, Chemical Processing of Ceramics discusses how to prepare and modify starting materials for ceramic production ... considers new ceramic processing technologies that can be used in ceramic membrane preparation ... examines the forming and shaping of ceramic components via the sol-gel technique ... delineates the production of nonoxide ceramics ... introduces the latest colloid/interfacial methods for the creation of advanced ceramic composites ... describes recent progress in manufacturing bulk optical materials using the sol-gel process ... explains the evolution of gels from solutions by employing fractal growth concepts ... and more. Containing over 1175 literature citations and more than 520 tables, equations, drawings, and photographs, Chemical Processing of Ceramics is an essential resource for ceramic, materials, and chemical engineers; chemists; physicists; metallurgists; and upper-level undergraduate and graduate students in these disciplines.
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