Differential scanning calorimetry and a thermogravimetric analysis of nanozirconia-based powder systems

A. V. Kanaki, S. P. Buyakova, S. A. Volkov, S. N. Kulkov

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Results obtained from differential scanning calorimetry and a thermogravimetric analysis of zirconia-based nanocrystalline powder systems are presented. Heating is found to cause intense mass loss that increases with increase in the MgO content. Differential scanning calorimetry has revealed that the total energy expended for reactions involved in the powder heating process increases with increase in the MgO content. The heated powders are characterized by desorption of water. For 10 wt. % MgO, residual nitrates are seen to decompose into NO2, N2O, or NO.

Язык оригиналаАнглийский
Страницы (с-по)1271-1274
Число страниц4
ЖурналRussian Physics Journal
Том53
Номер выпуска12
DOI
СостояниеОпубликовано - 1 мая 2011

Отпечаток

heat measurement
scanning
heating
zirconium oxides
nitrates
desorption
causes
water
energy

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Physics and Astronomy(all)

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Differential scanning calorimetry and a thermogravimetric analysis of nanozirconia-based powder systems. / Kanaki, A. V.; Buyakova, S. P.; Volkov, S. A.; Kulkov, S. N.

В: Russian Physics Journal, Том 53, № 12, 01.05.2011, стр. 1271-1274.

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