Processing and applications of ceramic microspheres
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This chapter is focused on processing techniques for dense, porous, and hollow ceramic microspheres and their applications. A large number of studies focused on modeling and observations from nature revealed that complex pore networks have many advantages. However, fabrication of the designed pore architecture remains a challenge, notably for the porous microspheres. Newly developed hierarchically porous microstructure design possibilities by optimizing the ceramic spheres’ processing conditions via numerous processing techniques, such as templating, solvothermal, sol-gel, spray-drying, and emulsion processes, are discussed in this chapter. The important characteristics, such as type, diameter, thickness, and surface area, of the microspheres developed by various processes are also given.
Ceramic, Emulsion, Microsphere, Quenching, Spray-drying
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