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By Lambert E. Feher

This quantity is a suite of 17 papers from six symposia held through the eighth Pacific Rim convention on Ceramic and Glass know-how (PACRIM-8) in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, may well 31-June five, 2009. those symposia comprise:

  • Glasses and Ceramics for Nuclear and unsafe Waste remedy
  • Solid Oxide gasoline Cells and Hydrogen know-how
  • Ceramics for electrical power new release, garage and Distribution
  • Photocatalytic fabrics: response, Processing, and purposes
  • Direct Thermal to electricity Conversion fabrics and functions

PACRIM-8 is the 8 in a sequence of overseas meetings on rising ceramic applied sciences that begun in 1993. PACRIM-8 used to be prepared and backed by way of the yankee Ceramic Society and used to be recommended by means of The Australian Ceramic Society, The Ceramic Society of Japan, The chinese language Ceramic Society, and The Korean Ceramic Society. a complete of 862 specialists, practitioners, and finish clients from 41 nations attended PACRIM-8, making it the most winning ceramic technological know-how and engineering occasions in contemporary years.Content:

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Figure 3. The shrinkage during heating at 5°C/min of a mixture of 20 wt% Agl-MOR (-38 μηι) with Glass A. Figure 4 shows the powder X-ray diffraction pattern of the 50 wt% Agi - 50 wt% Glass A sample that was heated to 500°C for 3 hr. The two primary phases identified were Agi and a bismuth oxide phase, either γ-Βΐ2θ3, or more likely BÍ3sZn058. The microstructure of the sample is shown in the SEM image in Figure 5. The Agi particles are -25μπι in size and are surrounded by a matrix of the crystallized Glass A, the lighter regions of which are the bismuth oxide phase.

The composition of the crystals was determined with a microprobe. A ceramic phase with the main elements found in this analysis was synthesised as a model system for the glass-ceramic crystal phase for the future study on the crystalline phase behaviour under irradiation. SAMPLES Glass For this study, the SM glass, a non radioactive composition derivated from the SON68 glass was synthesised (table I). Some elements such as Cd, Cr and Ni were removed in order to produce a less opaque glass for a better analysis with optical spectroscopic techniques such as Raman spectroscopy and photoluminescence.

Heat-Treated at Various Temperatures, °C: 1 - 115, 2 - 500, 3 - 700,4 - 900,5 - 1000, 6 - 1100,7 - 1200, 8 - 1300, 9 - 1400. Si —O vibrations in the S1O4 units with various numbers of bridging oxygen ions connecting S1O4 tetrahedra in the network: four (Q4) - at -1100-1150 cm"1, three (Q5) - at -1050-1100 cm"1, two (Q2) at -1000-1050 cm"1, one (Q1) - at -950-1000 cm"1, and zero (Q°) - at -900-950 cm"1. Maximum of the valence band is positioned at -980-990 cm"1. This means that the structure of anionic motif of the glass network is built from pyrosilicate and rather short metasilicate chains.

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