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Development of Si-O-C based ceramic matrix composites produced via pyrolysis of a polysiloxane
(Trans Tech Publications, 2004)
Pyrolytic conversion of a preceramic polymer, poly(phenyl)siloxane has been investigated to develop ceramic matrix composites (CMCs) at low temperatures with high dimensional stability. Furthermore, the thermal transformation ...
Silicon oxycarbide-based composites produced from pyrolysis of polysiloxanes with active Ti filler
Phenyl (PPS) and methyl (PMS) containing polysiloxanes were pyrolyzed at elevated temperatures (900-1500 °C) under argon atmosphere to investigate the phase developments within the polymers. It was found that pyrolysis of ...