A silica sol was firstly prepared via the hydrolysis of TEOS, and then the surface of fused silica particles was coated by a homogeneous sol layer. The coated particles were obtained after washing, drying and calcination treatment. The fused silica ceramic was prepared with the original
and coated particles at different sintering temperatures. The sintering properties of the original and coated particles were investigated. The effect of sol-coating on the crystallization behavior and bending strength of the ceramic sintered samples was also analyzed. The results show that
the property of the fused silica particles coated with homogeneous sol layer is superior to that of original particles. Compared to the sintered sample using original particles as a raw material, the sample with coated particles sintered shows a higher volume density, a greater bending strength
and a lower apparent porosity rate. The crystallization behavior of the fused silica ceramic is not affected by the sol layer. The optimum performance of sample with the coated particles sintered (the volume density of 1.89 g/cm3, the bending strength of 30.2 MPa, and no crystallization
phenomenon) can be achieved at a sintering temperature of 1 200 .
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Document Type: Research Article
Institute for Advanced Materials and Technology, University of Science and Technology Beijing, Beijing 100083, China
Material Engineering Department, Hebei College of Industry and Technology, Shijiazhuang 050000, China
Publication date: 01 December 2013
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