Refractories and Industrial Ceramics Vol. 43, Nos.1–2, 2002 UDC 666.765 PHYSICOCHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF COMPOSITE MATERIALS BASED ON ALUMINUM NITRIDE 1 1 1 L. B. Khoroshavin, D. A. Beketov, and A. R. Beketov Translated from Ogneupory i Tekhnicheskaya Keramika, No. 2, pp.5–8, February, 2002. Nonmetallic composites based on aluminum nitride, rity single-crystal AlN was reported to have a heat conduc- owing to their unique properties — high melting point, high tivity of about 320 W(m K) . For a sintered AlN with heat conductivity, low electric resistance, and high stability minor amounts of carbon and oxygen of up to 4 wt.%, heat in gaseous, salt and metallic media — can find widespread conductivity was 16 W(m K) at room temperature and application in many branches of industry [1 – 4]. tended to decrease monotonically to 4 W(m K) with tem- In this paper, we present the results of a study of compo perature (up to 1600 K) . sites based on aluminum nitride and different binders. Rele Data on heat conductivity of a phosphate binder could be vant compositional characteristics are given in Table 1. found in the monograph  where electric and thermal Porosity is an
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