Results are presented from a study of the effect of impregnating specimens of a BeO ceramic obtained from low- (50 wt.%) and high-firing (50 wt.%) BeO powders on the physic-chemical properties of the ceramic. The microstructure of the ceramic is studied and it is established that the average size of the microcrystals in the ceramic is smaller after impregnation than before it. The difference in the microstructure of the specimens affects their mechanical strength - it is higher in specimens impregnated with a solution of Na2CO3 than in specimens that are not impregnated.
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics – Springer Journals
Published: Mar 12, 2014
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