2009
DOI: 10.4028/www.scientific.net/kem.409.382
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Judit Pfeifer, Enikõ Horváth, Zófia Vértesy, Péter Arató, Csaba Balázsi

Abstract: The deformation of ceramic matrix composites (CMC) is controlled by several processes occurring in the matrix, in the enforcing phase, at the interfaces between different phases and at the surface of the body. The main tool to study morphology features of CMC-s is high resolution scanning electron microscopy (SEM). In this study destructive chemical methods such as chemical etching and burning of combustible phases were used to prepare samples for SEM investigations from three types of materials. I. SiC skelet…

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