zirconium dioxide


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zirconium dioxide

[‚zər′kō·nē·əm dī′äk‚sīd]
(inorganic chemistry)
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Moreover, in the case of the silica-zirconium dioxide aggregates, the presence of zirconium dioxide negatively affects the bond to the polymeric matrix as these particles are not functionalized.
The solid zirconium dioxide is calcined at 750[degrees]C for 2 hrs twice to obtain zirconium dioxide in the white powder form.
The new scaffold has a layered structure: hydroxyapatite on the outer surfaces to encourage cell growth, and zirconium dioxide beneath to provide strength.
Intermittent loading of teeth restored using quartz fiber, carbon-quartz fiber, and zirconium dioxide ceramic root canal posts.
2), the solidified microstructure of grade N is composed of tungsten carbide particles WC, zirconium dioxide Zr[O.sub.2], nickel tungsten carbide [Ni.sub.3][W.sub.3]C, and tungsten nickel [W.sub.0.15][Ni.sub.0.85] alloy is a binder phase.
Ceramic posts are made of zirconium dioxide partially stabilized by the addition of yttrium ([Y.sub.2][O.sub.3]) (Hochman & Zalkind, 1999).
CaO[Al.sub.2][O.sub.4] was chosen as the reactive phase and with zirconium dioxide (Zr[O.sub.2]) powder added as a radio-opacity source.
Zirconium dioxide transits into the gas phase, which is equilibrium with oxide melt of the first zone, with partial dissociation and formation of ZrO and O, and [Al.sub.2][O.sub.3] with formation of AlO, [Al.sub.2]O, Al, and O.
zirconium dioxide), which Dave Johnson, sales engineer for Hudson, Wis.-based Niro Inc., explains are reserved for "hostile duties" such as salt whey filtering.
Typically involving about 200 kg of melted uranium dioxide and zirconium dioxide, "our experiments are not small,' Powers says.
Ju, "Immobilization of hemoglobin on zirconium dioxide nanoparticles for preparation of a novel hydrogen peroxide biosensor," Biosensors and Bioelectronics, vol.
Conditions of deposition of the thermal barrier coating on substrate with a gradient of chemical composition and structure over its thickness with outer ceramic layer, which include electron beam heating and evaporation of a mixture of metals (alloys) and oxides (in the form of a compressed pallet, located on end of a ceramic ingot from stabilized zirconium dioxide), having different pressure of vapor at evaporation temperature, are determined.