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By George Phillips

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ISBN-13: 9789401169738

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To Cera1l1ics through George C. Phillips V AN NOSTRAND REINHOLD ____ long island Copyright ('> 1991 by means of Van Nostrand Reinhold Softcover reprint of the hardcover 1 st version 1991 Library of COnRreSS Catalog Card quantity 91.19587 ISBN.13: 978.94.011--6975.2 All rights eserve r d. No a part of this paintings lined by means of the copyright hereon will be rcproduccd or uscd in any shape or via any means-graphic. digital. or meehaniclli. together with photocopying. recording. taping. or info garage and retrieval systems-without written permission of the writer. synthetic within the us of a released through Van Nostrand Reinhold one hundred fifteen 5th street long island. ny 10003 Chapman and Ha ll 2-6 Boundary Row London. SEI SHN. England Thomas Nelson Australia 102 Dodds road South Melbourne 3205 Victoria. Australia Nelson Canada 1120 Birchmounl highway Scarborough. Ontario M IK 5G4. Canada sixteen 15 14 thirteen 12 II 10 nine eight 7 6 five four three 2 Library or Congress Cataloging-in. booklet facts Phillips. George C .. 1937- A concise inlrodu!;tion to ceramics/by George C. Phillips. p. cm. contains bibliographical referen!;es and index. ISBN-13: 978-94-011--6975-2 e-ISBN-13: 978-94-011--6973-8 001:10: 1007/978-94-011--6973-8 I. Cerami!;s. L Tille.

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1 TYPES OF BONDING The initial attraction of ions determines the type of bonding. There are three primary types and one secondary type of bonds: I. Metallic, where one electron is shared by many positive ions, as shown in Figure 9-1. " 2. Covalent, where there is a sharing of electrons to attain the noble gas configuration, as shown in Figure 9-2. 3. Ionic, where an electrostatic attraction exists between oppositely charged ions, as shown in Figure 9-3. 4. Van der Waals, where secondary bonding originates from electrical dipoles, as represented in Figure 9-4.

And, finally, if there are two electrons in the same orbit that must have opposite spins, which can be represented by arrows pointing in opposite directions (it), that represents the fourth quantum number. The atomic number for each atom or element indicates the number of protons and the number of neutrons in the nucleus, as well as the number of electrons in orbit around the nucleus. These electrons can be represented by the electronic configurations just discussed. For example, oxygen, which has an atomic number of 8 and a molecular weight of 16, would have eight protons, each with a positive charge (+), and eight neutrons, which have mass in the nucleus.

Refractories must be resistant to temperature under load bearing of the refractory wall; to corrosive action from metal and glass slag; and to disintegration from thermal shock during heating and cooling cycles. Materials used for refractories include naturally occurring minerals such as the alumina silicates in fireclay and mullite; pure oxides such as silica, zirconia, and magnesia; and manufactured raw materials such as carbides, nitrides, and borides, which are all high temperature materials.

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