Cold sintering of yttria-stabilized cubic bismuth oxide
Yttrium-doped bismuth oxide (BYO) is densified by the cold sintering process (CSP) at 300 °C. The relative density reached is ∼90% of the theoretical density. The as-sintered BYO ceramic shows a total conductivity of >1 mS/cm at 500 °C. The conductivity slightly increased after the annealing process. The scanning and transmission electron microscopy analysis revealed that a metastable secondary phase formed adjacent to BYO grains in the as-CSP specimens. Once annealed, the secondary phase recrystallized and there is an associated total conductivity improvement.
|Work Title||Cold sintering of yttria-stabilized cubic bismuth oxide|
|Subtitle||Conductivity and microstructural evolution of metastable grain boundaries with annealing|
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|Publication Date||December 7, 2020|
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|Deposited||August 02, 2022|
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