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Transactions of the INDIAN CERAMIC SOCIETY   Vol. 35  1976
Influence of Calcination Treatments on the Development of Morphology in Magnesia Powders*
C. M. PATHAK & V. K. MOORTHY
Pages : 89-98
DOI : 10.1080/0371750X.1976.10840870
Abstract
The influence of morphology of magnesia powders on their sinterability has been studied. Magnesia powders were prepared by calcination of organic salts and their morphology was studied by electron microscopy. Powders derived from acetate, tannate, oxinate and formate were found to have an irregular globular morphology and such powders were found to be highly sinterable. In comparison, powders derived from oxalate, succinate and phthalate were found to retain the regular geometric crystalline shapes of their parent compounds and were found to be poorly sinterable.
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