Oxide and Non-oxide Ceramics


Oxide ceramics are inorganic compounds of metallic (e.g., Al, Zr, Ti, Mg) or metalloid (Si) elements with oxygen. Oxides can be combined with nitrogen or carbon to form more complex oxynitride or oxycarbide ceramics. Oxide ceramics have high melting points, low wear resistance, and a wide range of electrical properties. Non-oxide ceramics are technical Ceramics that are classed as inorganic, non-metallic materials. They exhibit covalent bonds, can be conductive (carbides) and non-conductive (nitrides)





 


  • Alumina ceramics
  • Magnesia ceramics
  • Zirconia ceramics
  • Aluminum titanate ceramics
  • Carbides and Nitrides
  • Borides and Silicides
  • Magnesium alloys‎

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