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Formation Process of AlN Through Precursors and Its Application to Joining AlN Ceramics

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Formation process of AlN from urea and aluminum chloride hexa‐hydrate (N/Al = 60) under nitrogen is investigated. An aluminum hexa‐urea complex crystallizes on mixing the two raw materials at room temperature. The complexes react with excess urea and/or its decomposed products, such as biuret above 160°C, and form an amorphous phase containing Al, N, C, and O around 400°C after releasing volatile products. The resultant amorphous phase undergoes changes as the temperature increases, and then crystalline carbon with a fullerene‐like XRD pattern forms at 850°C. AlN crystallization follows the decomposition of the fullerene‐like crystals. At the AlN precursor stage, a large number of radicals (= 2.0029 and = 1/2) are detected by ESR. The radicals are assumed to be due to dangling bonds with an unpaired electron in amorphous carbon. Joining AlN ceramics is conducted using the 850°C product at the AlN precursor stage as the filler material, and is successfully achieved at temperatures above 1000°C. The shear strengths of the joints formed at 1500°C are 88 ± 29 MPa.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2012-12-01

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