Electrochemical Synthesis of Ceramic Films and Powders.
The electrochemical method of preparing ceramic films and powders can offer the advantages of low temperature processing, high purity, and controlled microstructure. Materials in the present study were produced by both anodic and cathodic synthesis. The anodic (redox change) method was used to deposit films of highly conductive thallic oxide. The cathodic method was used to produce ceric oxide powders.
J. A. Switzer, "Electrochemical Synthesis of Ceramic Films and Powders.," American Ceramic Society Bulletin, American Ceramic Society, Jan 1987.
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01 Jan 1987