Formation of srtio3[tio2] ceramic composites at low temperatures için kapak resmi
Formation of srtio3[tio2] ceramic composites at low temperatures
Formation of srtio3[tio2] ceramic composites at low temperatures
Karataş, Esin, author.
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Strontium titanate ceramics are materials belonging to the perovskite material group with the formula ABO3. Strontium titanate ceramics have been a preferred material in many areas, such as the electroceramics industry, due to its high dielectric constant and high chemical stability and generally produced by manufacturing processes such as solidstate synthesis, hydrothermal method, and sol-gel. SrTiO3 ceramics have been produced in the literature with different temperatures, times, and starting materials. For ceramic products, a sintering step is required after the powder production step. Traditional sintering methods, which have been used for many years, are used to densify powders with high temperatures. Recently developed low-temperature densification methods enable the sintering process to be carried out at relatively lower temperatures. For this purpose, in this thesis, SrTiO3-TiO2 ceramic composites were produced at different reaction temperatures and times using the rHLPD method, which combines powder production and sintering steps in a single process. In the studies, the reaction temperature, time, and the effect of adding mineralizer to the prepared solution for the hydrothermal reaction on the final product were investigated. The aim of the thesis is to produce SrTiO3 from TiO2 green body using the rHLPD method. In addition, the production of SrTiO3- TiO2 ceramic composites with as high mole conversion and relative density values as possible was targeted with different parameters such as reaction temperature, reaction time, and addition of NaOH to the solution. As a result of the studies carried out with different parameters, SrTiO3-TiO2 ceramic composites with a final relative density value of approximately 81 % were produced. Consequently, in the XRD and Rietveld analysis, it was seen that the main phase was SrTiO3. In addition, there was a TiO2 phase in the structure. Finally, the SrCO3 phase was not detected in the structure.
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Thesis (Master)--İzmir Institute of Technology:Materials Science and Engineering.

İzmir Institute of Technology: Materials Science and Engineering--Thesis (Master).
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