Erratum: Zirconium Carbide-tungsten Cermets Prepared by In-situ Reaction Sintering
The fourth paragraph of the introduction should read as follows:
Reactive methods can also be used to fabricate ceramic‐based composites. Sandhage and colleagues used displacive compensation of porosity to partially or fully convert porous tungsten carbide (WC) preforms to ZrC/W. In this process, WC preforms were pressed and partially sintered. The porous WC preforms were then infiltrated with molten Zr2Cu at 1300°C. The resulting cermets contained ZrC, W, and a residual low melting point Cu‐rich phase (∼5 vol%). In some cases, the composites also contained residual WC, although the WC in preforms having a low relative density could be reacted completely.
S. C. Zhang et al., "Erratum: Zirconium Carbide-tungsten Cermets Prepared by In-situ Reaction Sintering," Journal of the American Ceramic Society, vol. 90, no. 7, pp. 2296, Wiley-Blackwell, Jul 2007.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1551-2916.2007.01883.x
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