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Magic of Ceramics. Wiley–American Ceramic Society, Westerville, OH, 2000. Chapter 2 Bonding, Structure, and Physical Properties This chapter discusses the bonding characteristics of ceramics and mentions how to predict the physical properties, such as melting point and elastic modulus, from first-principles calculations. A large part of this chapter describes the characteristics of a number of important ceramics. The current use of ceramics extends from pottery to refractories, abrasives, cements, ferroelectrics, glass-ceramics, magnets, and so on.
Moreover the alkali and alkaline earth metals present in zeolites can be exchanged in an aqueous solution removing chlorides to soften hard water. 10. In nature, Al2O3 is the hardest mineral after diamond, with a hardness of 18–20 GPa. Due to its high hardness and refractory nature, Al2O3 is widely used in thermal liners, thermal barrier installations, high-temperature insulating systems, crucibles, ceramic boards and brackets, heaters, and so on. Aluminum oxide has several polymorphs, among which α-Al2O3 (with space group R 3 c) is the most thermodynamically stable form.