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    Title: Synthesis of Cu(Al,Fe)O2 Thermoelectric Ceramics by a Reaction–Sintering Process
    Authors: 蔡文周
    Yi-Cheng Liou
    Hong-Chou Tsai
    Wen-Chou Tsai
    Uang-Ru Lee
    Contributor: 圖書資訊館
    Keywords: CuAl0.9Fe0.1O2
    reaction–sintering process
    Date: 2010-01-07
    Issue Date: 2010-03-11 11:16:33 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: Fabrication of CuAl0.9Fe0.1O2 ceramics via a reaction–sintering process was investigated.
    Without any calcination involved, the mixture of raw materials was pressed and sintered
    directly. Single phase CuAl0.9Fe0.1O2 ceramics were obtained. The shrinkage is < 3% at
    1150°C and increases to 8.6–11.2% at 1200–1300°C. A density 4.73 g/cm3 was obtained
    for pellets sintered at 1200°C for 4 h. Grains of ~30 μmcould be seen in pellets sintered
    at 1150°C and increases to ~50 μm in pellets sintered at 1300°C for 2 h. The
    reaction–sintering process has proven a simple and effective method in preparing
    CuAl0.9Fe0.1O2 ceramics for thermoelectric application.
    Relation: ICMATA
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