"This thesis contains three separate papers. The first one deals with the preparation and synthesis of the electrolyte powder by the solid state diffusion method, the second utilizes a recently developed technique to quantify the precise abundance of each phase in the calcined powders and to compare it with previously reported methods. The third describes the application of two slip casting techniques which were used to prepare battery cell electrolyte prototypes"--Abstract, page iii.
Ownby, P. D.
Howard, Scott A.
Newkirk, Joseph William
Materials Science and Engineering
M.S. in Ceramic Engineering
University of Missouri--Rolla
Journal article titles appearing in thesis/dissertation
- The synthesis of magnesia and lithia stabilized ß"-alumina electrolyte powders by the solid state diffusion method
- Quantitative analysis of the crystalline phases in ß"-alumina based solid electrolytes using x-ray powder diffraction
- Slip casting ß"/ß alumina powders using paper and plaster-of-paris molds
xiv, 70 pages
© 1991 Jyung-Lyang Shen, All rights reserved.
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Shen, Jyung-Lyang, "The synthesis, quantification and slip casting of polycrystalline β"/β-alumina electrolyte powder" (1991). Masters Theses. 972.
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