Refractories and Industrial Ceramics Vol. 41, Nos. 5 - 6, 2000 BASIC TRENDS IN RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT OF NON-OXIDE CERAMIC MATERIALS G. G. Gnesin 1 Translated from Ogneupory i Tekhnicheskaya Keramika, No. 5, pp. 2 - 7, May, 2000. In recent years non-oxide ceramics have won wide re- level of their properties and practical significance, as well as cognition as a new class of advanced materials possessing a aluminum and silicon nitrides. These compounds are charac- high level and a tmique combination of physical properties terized by high values of the hardness and the modulus of and service characteristics. It should be noted that Russia and elasticity in combination with the low temperature coeffi- Ukraine (as parts of the USSR) have been among the pioneer cient of linear expansion (TCLE). In addition, silicon carbide countries (Germany, Japan, Great Britain, and the USA) is a wide-band semiconductor and silicon nitrides are high- heading the research and technological works concerning quality dielectrics stable in a wide range of temperatures and this very important group of inorganic materials. frequencies of the electromagnetic field [4, 5]. The credit for predicting of the importance of the study Among the most important factors that determine
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