M A Jaleel
Articles written in Bulletin of Materials Science
Volume 12 Issue 2 July 1989 pp 95-99
The effect of infiltrants on the electrical resistivity of reaction-sintered silicon carbide, at temperatures ranging from RT to 1000°C, has been studied. Electrical resistivity decreases with increase in temperature up to 1000°C in VC and MoSi2, whereas minimum electrical resistivity is observed at ∼600°C in B4C infiltrant.
Volume 12 Issue 2 July 1989 pp 137-141
The effect of alkali and alkaline earth oxides on the crystallization of lithia-alumina-silica glasses has been studied. Crystallization behaviour of glasses has been investigated using DTA and XRD techniques. The principal crystallization phases are identified as
Volume 13 Issue 3 June 1990 pp 205-210
The transmission behaviour of manganese containing alkali-lime-silica glasses have been investigated with and without CeO2 and As2O3 as dopants. The changes taking place owing to irradiation with solar and ultra-violet conditions are reported and the roles of arsenic and ceria in causing the observed changes are discussed.
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