This book includes papers, presented at a conference held at the University of Florida in 1969, on aspects of the technology of electronic ceramics in terms of the underlying science upon which the technology depends. It is intended for users of electronic ceramics and teachers in this field.
Table of Contents
Ferroelectrics 1. Some Structural Mechanisms in Ferroelectricity Ray Pepinsky 2. Thermodynamic Phenomenology of Ferroelectricity in Single Crystal and Ceramic Systems 3. Dynamical Effects in Solid State Phase Transformations Magnetic Ceramics 4. Theory of Antiferromagnetism and Ferrimagnetism 5. Microstrueture and Processing of Ferrites 6. Microwave Garnet Compounds Optical Materials And Phenomena 7. The Optical Absorption of Glasses 8. Light Scattering from Glass 9. Electro-Optical and Magneto-Optical Effects 10. The Influence of the Composition on the Gain of Nd-Doped Glasses 11. Solid State Reactions in the Preparation of Zircon Stains 12. Computer Color Control for Ceramic Wall Tile 13. Ceramics and Glasses: Some Uses in the Communications Industry