Many investigations into microwave sintering and joining of ceramics have been reported bykov et al 2001 activity in this field began to accelerate in the mid 1970s because of a shortage of natural gas prompting the invest igation of microwave heating and sintering of several ceramic materials in the late 1970s and 1980s. Alumina is the most common ceramic and has been widely used in microwave sintering research by many scientists working in the field because of its highly refractory nature pure alumina is difficult to sinter to full densification unless suitable sintering aids or some special processing techniques are adopted. The ceramic pellets from these powders were sintered by using microwave sintering microwave processed ceramics were further investigated for their sintering behaviour microstructure dielectric . Design and properties of glass ceramics g h beall annual review of materials science z contrast transmission electron microscopy direct atomic imaging of materials s j pennycook annual review of materials science microwave processing of materials d e clark and and w h sutton
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