Tailoring texture of γ-Y2Si2O7 by strong magnetic field alignment and two-step sintering
Sun, Z.Q., Zhu, X.W., Li, M.S., Zhou, Y.C., & Sakka, Y. (2008) Tailoring texture of γ-Y2Si2O7 by strong magnetic field alignment and two-step sintering. Journal of the American Ceramic Society, 91(8), pp. 2521-2528.
In this study, a well-dispersed γ-Y2Si2O 7 ethanol-based suspension with 30 vol% solid loading was prepared by adding 1 dwb% polyethylene imine dispersant, which allows feeble magnetic γ-Y2Si2O7 particles with anisotropic magnetic susceptibility to rotate in a 12 T strong magnetic field during slip casting, resulting in the development of a strong texture in green bodies. Pressureless sintering gives rise to more pronounced grain growth in the textured sample than in the untextured sample prepared without the magnetic field due to the rapid migration of the grain boundaries of the well-oriented grains, which was revealed by constant-heating-rate sintering kinetics. It was found that the use of two-step sintering is very efficient not only for inhibiting the grain growth but also for enhancing the texture. This implies that controlled grain growth is crucial for enhancing texture development in γ-Y2Si2O7.
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