Ceramic Nanotechnology

Lecturers: Kurosch Rezwan

Content:

Fundamentals of Colloid and Interface Science
Particle Interactions in Colloid Systems
Characterization of Nano- and Microparticles
Colloidal Dispersions
Rheology of Supensions
Adjusting Suspension Properties
Functional Ceramic Nanoparticles
Powder Synthesis and Conditioning
Shaping Ceramics I: Bulk Materials
Shaping Ceramics II: Foams
Shaping Ceramics III: Thin Films
Sol-Gel Technology: From Molecules to Advanced Ceramics
Selected Applications of Ceramic Nanotechnology / Summary



Skills:

Students will be able to understand the processing, properties and characterization techniques of advanced ceramics fabricated from nano and micro particles.

Exam:

oral exam

Literature:

Jürgen G. Heinrich, Introduction to the Principles of Ceramic Forming

Reed J.S., Principles of Ceramic Processing, Wiley & Sons, New York
ISBN: 0-471-59721-X

Hunter R. J., Introduction to Modern Colloid Science, Oxford Science, Oxford
ISBN 0-19-855386-2

Lagaly, Schulz, Zimehl, Dispersionen und Emulsionen, Steinkopff Verlag
ISBN 3-7985-1087-3

Brinker C.J., Scherer G.W., Sol-Gel Science – The Physics and Chemistry of Sol-Gel Processing, Academic press, Inc. San Diego
ISBN 0-12-134970-5

Ring T.A., Fundamentals of Ceramic Powder Processing and Synthesis, Academic Press, San Diego (1996)
ISBN: 0-12-588930-5

Kollenberg W., Technische Keramik, Vulkan-Verlag Essen (2004)
ISBN 3-8027-2927-7


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