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J. Korean Ceram. Soc. > Volume 16(1); 1979 > Article
Journal of the Korean Ceramic Society 1979;16(1): 31.
Steatite 자기의 전기적 특성에 미치는 알칼리 토금속 산화물의 영향
이종근, 이병하, 전승관
한양대학교 공과대학
Effects of Alkaline Earth Oxides on Electrical Characteristics of Steatite Porcelain
ABSTRACT
The middle point of composition within the system $MgO-Al_2O_3-SiO_2$ has been studied for applicability as ceramics dielectrics. A Kyul Sung Tale of high purity, magnesia clinker of Sam-wha chemical company, C.P. aluminium oxide, calcium carbonate, red lead, barium carbonate which was made into frit were used the raw materials. A number of steatite ceramics were prepared under carefully controlled condition and the water absorption, linear shrinkage, power factor, dielectric constant and dielectric loss were measured at elevated temperature. When we used magnesia clinker as flux, the quantity of this flux was 0.05mole, sintering temperature was continued for 2 hrs. at 1, 27$0^{circ}C$. From this conditions, we could get the data whose power factor was 0.142%, water absorption was zero, linear shrinkage was 8.76%, dielectric constant was 5.63, dielectric loss was 0.00799. When we used red lead as flux, the quantity of this flux was 0.033mole and 0.066mole, sintering temperature was continued for 2hrs. at 1, 26$0^{circ}C$. From this conditions, we could get the data whose water absorption was zero, linear shrinkage was 8.03%, and 8.48%, power factor was 0.136% and 0.062%, dielectric loss was 0.0072 and 0.0037. When we used barium carbonate made into frit as flux, the quantity of this flux was 0.02mole, sintering temperature was continued for 2hrs. at 1, 27$0^{circ}C$. From this conditions, we could get the data whose water absoption was zero, linear shrinkage was 8.44%, power factor was 0.138%, dielectric constant was 5.69, dielectric loss was 0.0074.
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