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Meeting MS&T21: Materials Science & Technology
Symposium Powder Metallurgical Components in High Performance Applications
Presentation Title Synthesis, Sintering and Mechanical Behavior of Ultra-fine Low-oxygen Titanium Powder
Author(s) Ying Xu, Kumar Jena, Peng Cao
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Ying Xu
Abstract Scope Titanium powder play an important role in powder metallurgy and metal injection molding. The design and development of titanium with good ductility and ultrahigh strength for demanding applications have attracted much attentions over the years. Low-oxygen ultra-fine titanium particles were direct synthesized via a facile room temperature chemical reduction method in solution phase. The fabricated spherical titanium powders are uniform with diameter lower than 10 nm, stabilized by various organic ligands. The sintering and mechanical behaviors of the titanium are further investigated
Proceedings Inclusion? Planned: At-meeting proceedings


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