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AbstractSilicon carbide was made from various organosilane precursors by crosslinking and pyrolyzing then in an inert atmosphere Crosslinking of these silane precursors was studied by various means The most successful means of crosslinking was found to be via a chemical free radical initiator dicumyl peroxide The mechanism of crosslinking for the precursors was determinedPyrolyses of the silane precursors were carried out and increased ceramic yields after crosslinking were shown as compared with uncross 1 inked precursors The ceramic yields determined by TGA ranged from 10 70 depending on the precursors and the crosslinking treatmentsPartially densified solgel derived silica monoliths were impregnated with the silane precursors while the silica monoliths were still highly porous Diamond microhardness values increased 23 times from unimpregnated gel derived silica monolith A noderace increase in fracture toughness Kjq and flexural strengths was achieved Optical and mechanical properties and porosity data are presentedUsing solgel silica precursors and the processing techniques of polysilanes to obtain 3SiC molecular composites of SiC with Si02 with Ti02 and with AI2O3 were made in monoliths and powder forms Monolithic composites with a molecularly dispersed SiC phase in the Si02 gel matrix showed a hardening effect by the SiC phaseThe molecular composite powders of SiCAl203 showed no or little crystallization of either phase after heating to 1400°CMonolithic silicon carbidesilica composites were made using commercially available fibrous silicon carbides and a tetral koxysilane precursor Modest to low flexural strengths were obtained after heat treating to 9001400°C because of the high porosity in the compositeCold pressing of the SiC and silica sol slurry improved the density and flexural strengths Notched 3point fracture toughness values Kt was as high as 7 MPam Excellent thermal shock resistance and oxidation resistance of these composites are shownDissertation
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