|About this Abstract
||2021 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
||Recent Advances in Functional Materials and 2D/3D Processing for Sensors, Energy Storage, and Electronic Applications
||Nano and Micro Morphologies Developed during Remelting of Complex Structures
||Abhishek Singh, Krishna Machuga, Himagowri Prasad, Kamdeo Mandal, Narayan Singh, Lisa Kelly, Bradley Arnold, Fow-Sen Choa, Brian Cullum, Narsingh Bahadur Singh
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We have studied growth, dissolution and dissolution phenomena of perovskites for the energy storage and hydroxyapatites for laser the host applications. To understand the increasing problems of biomaterials and energy storage materials degradation with age and the changing environments, we performed experiment to study synthesis, dissolution and remelting of several complex oxides of the class of hydroxyapatites and oxalate-urate. We have extensively studied effect of pH and impurity on the morphology, remelting and dissolution characteristics. Direct observation showed different morphologies such as needles, plates, dendrites and lamella depending on pH and impurities. The remelting studies indicate that during breaking of large polycrystalline stones breaks first leaving the large faceted crystals undissolved. These crystals slowly dissolve into small crystallites depending on the acidity pH and impurities. Effect of magnesium oxide different decomposition characteristics.
||Ceramics, Characterization, Environmental Effects