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The nano-ceramic materials developed by nanotechnology are modified by nano-powders. By adding or generating nano-particles, whiskers and wafer fibers into the ceramics, the grains, grain boundaries and the bonding between them all reach the nanometer level, and the strength, toughness and superplasticity of the materials are greatly improved. It overcomes many shortcomings of engineering ceramics, and has an important impact on the mechanical, electrical, thermal, and magneto-optical properties of materials. It opens up new fields for the application of engineering ceramics. The characteristics of nano-ceramics are mainly in mechanical properties, including the hardness, fracture toughness and low-temperature ductility. The mechanical properties of nano-sized ceramic composites, especially the hardness and strength can be greatly improved at high temperature. Related studies show that nano-ceramics have the advantage that densification can be achieved by sintering at lower temperature, and the emergence of nano-ceramics will help to solve the problems of strengthening and toughening of ceramics.
Improved properties of nanostructured ceramics:
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Our characterization and analysis services for nanoceramics include, but are not limited to:
Characterizations and Analysis
Differential Scanning Calorimetry and TG Patterns
Specific Heat Capacity
Kinetics and Activation Energy of Crystallization
X-Ray Diffraction Analysis
Indexing and d-Spacing
Phase Identification and Quantification
Crystallite Size and Microstrain
Transmission Electron Microscopic Analysis
Indexing of Polycrystal
Indexing of Single Crystal
Morphology, d-Spacing, and Indexing of WO3
Particle Size and Surface Area
Statistical Analysis of Particle Size
Surface Area and Particle Pore Size
X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy
Ultraviolet Visible and Diffuse Reflection Spectroscopy