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Optimizing co-precipitated Nd:YAG nanopowders for transparent ceramics
Xie, TF; Li, J; Tian, F; Chen, C; Liu, Q; Yavetskiy, R; Ivanov, M; Balabanov, S; Feng, YG; Liu, X; Liu, ZY; Hu, DJ; Yang, ZX; Xie, TF; Li, J
2020-10-01
Source PublicationOPTICAL MATERIALS
ISSN0925-3467
SubtypeArticle
AbstractNd:YAG transparent ceramics were obtained by vacuum sintering from nanopowders synthesized by coprecipitation method. The co-precipitated powder was optimized by studying calcination temperature (from 800 to 1300 degrees C) of the precursor and ball-milling time (from 0 to 24 h). Influences of calcination temperature and ball-milling time on comprehensive properties of nanopowders were studied in detail. Influences of sintering conditions (sintering temperature and holding time) on transmittance and microstructure were also investigated. The conclusions based on a comprehensive study of the whole ceramics processing from the powders synthesis to Nd:YAG ceramics sintering. The co-precipitated powder calcined at 1250 degrees C with ball-milling for 12 h demonstrates relatively better comprehensive properties. The 1.0 at% Nd:YAG ceramic sample with the thickness of 1.3 mm sintered at 1775 degrees C for 20 h has the highest in-line transmittance of 76.0% at 1064 nm.
DOI10.1016/j.optmat.2020.110427
WOS KeywordGARNET YAG POWDERS ; IONS MOLAR RATIO ; COPRECIPITATION SYNTHESIS ; OPTICAL-PROPERTIES ; LASER CERAMICS ; FABRICATION ; CARBONATE ; ADDITIVES ; EVOLUTION ; PH
Language英语
WOS Research AreaMaterials Science ; Optics
PublisherELSEVIER
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.sic.ac.cn/handle/331005/27706
Collection中国科学院上海硅酸盐研究所
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Xie, TF,Li, J,Tian, F,et al. Optimizing co-precipitated Nd:YAG nanopowders for transparent ceramics[J]. OPTICAL MATERIALS,2020.
APA Xie, TF.,Li, J.,Tian, F.,Chen, C.,Liu, Q.,...&Li, J.(2020).Optimizing co-precipitated Nd:YAG nanopowders for transparent ceramics.OPTICAL MATERIALS.
MLA Xie, TF,et al."Optimizing co-precipitated Nd:YAG nanopowders for transparent ceramics".OPTICAL MATERIALS (2020).
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