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Nanodispersions zilight From Mathym

3 May 2024

Conventional sintering of nano-crystalline Yttria-Stabilized Zirconia enables high-strength, highly translucent and opalescent dental ceramics

Omid Akhlaghi, Erik Camposilvan, Vincent Garnier, Zahra Goharibajestani, Sirous Khabbaz, Cleva Ow-Yang, Yves Jorand, Laurent Gremillard, Jérôme chevalier

INSA Lyon, 69621 Villeurbanne, France
High Purity Alumina CR30F


Iron encapsulated carbon nanotube composites embedded in alumina with enhanced magnetic properties

Steven Rhodes a, Warner Cribb b, Valentin Taufour c, Dwight Patterson d, Dereje Seifu e, Saeed Kamali a,f,*, Suman Neupane

Spinel S25


Sustainable acrolein production from bio-alcohols on spinel catalysts: Influence of magnesium substitution by various transition metals (Fe, Zn, Co, Cu, Mn)

Vincent Folliarda, Georgeta Postolea, Livia Marrab, Jean-Luc Duboisc, Aline Auroux

Spinel S25


Oxidative coupling of a mixture of bio-alcohols to produce a more sustainable acrolein: An in depth look in the mechanism implying aldehydes co-adsorption and acid/base sites

Vincent Folliarda, Georgeta Postolea, Jean-François Devauxb, Jean-Luc Duboisc, Livia Marrad, Aline Aurouxa,*

High Purity Alumina CR10

October 2020

Transparent alumina ceramics fabricated by 3D printing and vacuum sintering

David Carloni, Guangran Zhang, Yiquan Wu

High Purity Alumina SMA6

October 2022

Embedded 3D printing of Multi-material composites

Shitong Zhou, Iuliia S Tirichenko, Xun Zhang, Yinglun Hong, Harry Payne, Philip Withers, Florian Bouville, Eduardo Saiz

London & Manchester
Spinel spinel S30CR

March 2021

3D Printing of Transparent Spinel Ceramics with Transmittance Approaching the Theoretical Limit

H. Wang

High Purity Alumina CR6 Baikalox®

15 June 2023

A Combined Gas and Water Permeances Method for Revealing the Deposition Morphology of GO Grafting on Ceramic Membranes

Evdokia Galata, Charitomeni M. Veziri, George V. Theodorakopoulos, ORCID,George Em, Romanos, Evangelia A. Pavlatou

High Purity Alumina CR6 Baikalox®

November 2022

Composite GO/Ceramic Membranes Prepared via Chemical Attachment: Characterisation and Gas Permeance Properties

Evdokia Galata, Charitomeni M. Veziri, George V. Theodorakopoulos, ORCID,George Em. Romanos, Evangelia A. Pavlatou

Spinel Baikowski® Spinel S25CR

May 2022

Removal of MS2 and fr Bacteriophages Using MgAl2O4-Modified, Al2O3-Stabilized Porous Ceramic Granules for Drinking Water Treatment

Nur Sena Yüzbasi, Paweł A. Krawczyk, Kamila W. Domagała, Alexander Englert, Michael Burkhardt, Michael Stuer, Thomas Graule

Nanodispersions Mathym® Aqueous colloidal suspensions of yttria-doped zirconia nanoparticles

19 September 2022

Transparent high-strength nanosized yttria stabilized zirconia obtained by pressure-less sintering

Omid Akhlaghi, E. Camposilvan, Zahra Gohari Bajestani, Sirous Khabbaz, Cleva W Ow-Yang, Yves Jorand, Laurent Gremillard, Vincent Garnier, Jérôme Chevalier

High Purity Alumina High Purity Alumina


Purification and Biocompatibility of Fermented Hyaluronic Acid for Its Applications to Biomaterials

1. Hyaluronic acid (HA) is important for pharmaceuticals and medical devices. It is used in dermal fillers, adhesion barriers, and as a carrier for cells and bioactive molecules. Purification and biocompatibility evaluations are necessary for its use in biomaterials. 2. HA was synthesized from streptococcus zooepidemicus through fermentation for 25 hours. The fermented broth was purified to remove impurities using filtration for insoluble components and various adsorbents for soluble impurities. Biocompatibility was assessed through cell counting and live/dead cell assays. 3. A 60% yield of white HA powder was obtained with an intrinsic viscosity of 15-17 dL/g and a molecular weight of around 1,000 kDa. Ultrafiltration removed low molecular weight and insoluble impurities, while adsorbents like alumina and activated carbons eliminated endotoxins, high molecular weight proteins, and nucleic acids. 4. Alumina was effective in removing endotoxins, while activated carbons were successful in eliminating high molecular weight proteins and nucleic acids. The purified HA solution showed excellent cell compatibility with no damage observed in cell proliferation and viability tests. 5. The high molecular weight HA obtained displayed excellent biocompatibility, making it suitable for biomaterial applications.

High Purity Alumina Baikowski® alumina powder (corundum structure)

4 November 2015

Certificate of Analysis Standard Reference Material® 676a

National Institute of Standards & Technology

High Purity Alumina BA15

February 2022

Enhancing thermal stability of oxide ceramic matrix composites via matrix doping

Renato S.M. Almeida, H. Farhandi, K. Tushtev, K. Rezwan

Advanced Ceramics & MAPEX - Center for Materials and Processes, Universität Bremen, Germany

Journal of the European Ceramic Society

Phosphors YAG suspension

May 2021

YAG thermal barrier coatings deposited by suspension and solution precursor thermal spray

T.A. Owoseni, A. Rincon Romero, Z. Pala, F. Venturi, E.H. Lester, D.M. Grant, T. Hussain

Faculty of Engineering, University of Nottingham, UK

Ceramics International Online

High Purity Alumina BMA15

September 2020

Improved alumina transparency achieved by high-pressure spark plasma sintering of commercial powder

B. Ratzker, A. Wagner, S. Kalabukhov, N. Frage

Department of Materials Engineering, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel

Ceramics International 46 (2020) 21794–21799

High Purity Alumina BMA15

July 2019

Optical and mechanical properties of transparent alumina fabricated by high-pressure spark plasma sintering

B. Ratzker, A. Wagner, M. Sokol, S. Kalabukhov, M.P. Dariel, N. Frage

Department of Materials Engineering, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel

Journal of the European Ceramic Society 39 (2019) 2712–2719

Spinel S25CR

January 2019

Gel‐casting of MgAl2O4 transparent ceramics using a common dispersant

Mengwei Liu, Shunzo Shimai, Jin Zhao, Jian Zhang, Dan Han, Yi Li, Juan Liu, Shiwei Wang

Journal of the American Ceramic Society 2019; 102: 3081– 3084

High Purity Alumina CR10 - SMA6

October 2017

Novel Translucent and Strong Submicron Alumina Ceramics for Dental Restorations

Zhao M, Sun Y, Zhang J, Zhang Y.

Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, China - University College of Dentistry, New York, USA

Journal of Dental Research. 2018;97(3):289-295

Phosphors Undoped YAG

October 2017

Improving Optical Transmission of Spark-Plasma-Sintered YAG Ceramics: Effect of Powder Conditioning and Post-Treatments

R. Moronta Perez, L. Boilet, P. Aubry, P. Palmero, L. Henrard, O. Deparis, V. Lardot, F. Cambier

Belgian Ceramic Research Centre (Belgium), Department of Applied Science and Technology and INSTM Research Unit PoliTO (Italy), University of Namur (Belgium)

Journal of Ceramic Science and Technology, Vol. 9, No. 1, Pages 19-28

High Purity Alumina CR6

September 2017

Preparation of α-Al2O3 Supports for Thin Membrane Fabrication

Topuz B, Yurttas A, Altunsoy A

Journal of the Turkish Chemical Society, Section A: Chemistry. 5. 191-204.

High Purity Alumina Alpha Alumina - Suspended BA15

March 2013

Highly Dense, Transparent a-Al2O3 Ceramics From Ultrafine Nanoparticles Via a Standard SPS Sintering

N. Roussel, L. Lallemant, J-Y. Chane‐Ching, S. Guillemet‐Fristch, B. Durand, V. Garnier, G. Bonnefont, G. Fantozzi, L. Bonneau, S. Trombert, D. Garcia‐Gutierrez

Journal of the American Ceramic Society, 96: 1039-1042

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