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NaCl: NaVIClVI: each Na+ at the center of an octahedron of 6 Clcontributes + 1/VI = 1/6, therefore Na(Cl-) = 6. – SiO2: SiIVOII2: each Si4+ at the center of a tetrahedron of 4 O2contributes + 4/IV = 1, therefore Na (O2-) = 2. The linking of polyhedra: the stability of the crystal decreases if the cations are too close, it decreases; therefore a linking of the coordination polyhedra at the corners is more favorable than at their edges and, even more so than at their faces. 1). 20 Ceramic Materials Formula Cation: anion coordination Type and number of interstices occupied Compact cubic stacking Compact hexagonal stacking MX 6:6 All the octa.
Although some carbonaceous materials are prepared from organic raw materials, the trend is to classify the materials themselves under inorganic products: we endorse the term black ceramics [LEN 92]. Whereas oxides are mainly electrical insulators, non-oxides equally include insulators (for example, Si3N4 and AlN), semiconductors (for example, SiC) and conductors (for example, “metallic” carbides and borides and carbon products other than diamond, of which graphite is the most important). 5. 1. Ceramic structures This discussion on the crystalline structure of ceramics presupposes that the reader is familiar with the basics of crystallography [BUR 90, GIA 85, HAH 89].
The most widespread kilns were, however, simpler in design with a half-buried “laboratory” separated from the fuel by a pierced floor. An opening, often made on the top of the kiln, helped control the temperature and, more importantly, the atmosphere of the kiln [DUF 96]. 2. Decorations This know-how and these techniques would unleash creative imagination through the millennia, to the four corners of the world: a universe burgeoning with shapes and decors. The shapes, from the simple useful object to the prestigious work of art, are innumerable, so varied from one culture to another.