By Chaitanya K. Narula
This paintings info the old improvement of the ceramic precusors inspiration. It provides updated info on ceramic precursor applied sciences and their a number of purposes, protecting steel nitrides, carbides, phosphides and aresnides, in addition to sol-gel and inorganic polymer-processed steel oxides. the categorical constitution of complex fabrics is mentioned, and classical and ceramic-precursor tools of ceramic education are lined.
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Ceramic precursor technology and its applications by Chaitanya K. Narula