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1887
Volume 25, Issue 4
  • ISSN: 0032-1400

Abstract

The solid state reactions that take place between many ceramics and metals can be utilised to produce strong vacuum-tight joints that maintain their strength and durability even at elevated temperatures. In this context platinum can play an especially important role because of its high melting point and resistance to chemically aggressive environments. Some industrial applications of the solid state bonding process using platinum are described in this article, which also includes some data on the properties of joints made in this way.

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