yttria


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yttria

[′i·trē·ə]
(inorganic chemistry)
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studied the wear of Yttria stabilized Zirconia in the femoral head.
The Zirconia and yttria stabilized Zirconia was prepared by combustion method using urea-nitrate mixture.
The dissolution study of CFH added yttria stabilized zirconia pellet indicates that nearly 58.
The DFS mixed yttria stabilized zirconia pellet showed a release of nearly 42.
The release behavior of the drug could be influenced by the method of synthesis of the ceramic (both zirconia and yttria stabilized zirconia) which decides the particle size and by the nature of drug and ceramic binding strength.
In a second test, another yttria slurry was made according to the second run in Table 1.
It is shown that the main cause of aging in an yttria-silica slurry is the dissolution of yttria and, subsequently, readsorption of dissolved cationic species on the surface of negatively charged colloidal silica.
Next, the coatings were dried and infiltrated with colloidal yttria, colloidal zirconia or ammonium zirconium carbonate solution for 30 min.
Two Yttria Flour Shell Compositions Comparing the Effects of Collodial Silica First Run Second Run Material Weight % Material Weight % Deionized water 5 Deionized water 5.
MetaMateria Partners will synthesize nanoparticles of yttria, create stable dispersions of the nanosized ceramic in liquid, and then produce performs which can be sintered at high temperatures to create a fully dense, transparent window material.
The company is selling small amounts of materials including nano-sized yttria stabilized zirconia and nanoparticle slurries that can be used to manufacture fuel cells using tape-casting technology.
The company is supplying materials such as nano sized yttria stabilized zirconia and nanoparticle slurries that can be used to manufacture fuel cells using tape-casting technology.