Functional Ceramics Through Mechanochemical Activation
- Professor Ling Bing Kong
- November 2019
Over decades, mechanochemical activation has been explored to synthesize oxide-based ceramic nanopowders, enabling shorter production cycles. This book offers an overview of the progress made in the field and provides a detailed look at the wide range of applications facilitated by the development of the mechanochemical activation technique. With chapters covering ferroelectric materials, ferrite ceramics with magneto-dielectric properties, mullite ceramics with controllable microstructure and anisotropic grain growth behaviours, it is a valuable reference for advanced students, researchers and engineers in materials science and engineering, applied physics, solid-state lasers and solid-state physics.
Ling Bing Kong is a professor at Shenzhen Technology University, China. His research interests include the processing and characterization of functional ceramics, electromagnetic composite materials and functional nanomaterials. He has published 260 journal papers and four books, along with numerous book chapters, conference proceedings and presentations.
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Hardback ISBN: 9780750321891
Ebook ISBN: 9780750321914
Publisher: Institute of Physics Publishing