Show simple item record Le Messurier, Daniel Winter, Rudolf Martin, Christopher M. 2006-07-31T16:13:28Z 2006-07-31T16:13:28Z 2006-07
dc.identifier.citation Le Messurier , D , Winter , R & Martin , C M 2006 , ' In-situ SAXS studies of the morphological changes of an alumina-zirconia-silicate ceramic during its formation ' Journal of Applied Crystallography , vol 39 , no. 4 , pp. 589-594 . DOI: 10.1107/S0021889806019637 en
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dc.description D Le Messurier, R Winter, CM Martin; J Appl Cryst 39 (2006) 589 Sponsorship: EPSRC, CCLRC, Pilkington en
dc.description.abstract Small-Angle X-ray Scattering (SAXS) is used at two energies, one either side of the zirconium K-edge, to probe the in-situ formation of an alumina-zirconia-silicate ceramic. The use of energies either side of the edge allows the decomposition of information regarding the scattering from the zirconia particles from that of the glass matrix. Porod slope data shows how the nanoparticles progress from being relatively isolated particles to becoming agglomerates as the pore network in the glass collapses. The shape of the agglomerates resembles the pore network of the glass at low temperature. The Guinier radii of the particles show the growth of the agglomerates past the Littleton softening point, whilst still resolving the primary particles. en
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dc.title In-situ SAXS studies of the morphological changes of an alumina-zirconia-silicate ceramic during its formation en
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dc.contributor.institution Department of Physics en
dc.contributor.institution Mathematics and Physics en
dc.description.status Peer reviewed en

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