New multifunctional compounds in gelcasting process - introduction to their synthesis and application

Mikołaj Szafran , Paulina Wiecińska , A. Szudarska , Tadeusz Mizerski


The present work shows the selected properties of some new, effectively working compounds based on monosaccharides, which can be used as: deflocculants, organic monomers and self-cross-linking compounds in colloidal processing of high quality ceramic elements. The synthesis of the new acryloyl compounds based on glucose, fructose and galactose is presented as well as their application in gelcasting technology. The influence of spatial structure of obtained monomers on rheological properties of alumina suspensions is discussed. Selected properties like density or tensile strength of ceramic green bodies are shown. The multifunctional role of monosaccharides derivatives is pointed out, as well as advantages of using them.
Author Mikołaj Szafran (FC / DITC)
Mikołaj Szafran,,
- Department Of Inorganic Technology And Ceramics
, Paulina Wiecińska (FC / DITC)
Paulina Wiecińska,,
- Department Of Inorganic Technology And Ceramics
, A. Szudarska (FC / CChT)
A. Szudarska,,
- Chair of Chemical Technology
, Tadeusz Mizerski (FC / DOC)
Tadeusz Mizerski,,
- Department Of Organic Chemistry
Journal seriesJournal of the Australian Ceramic Society, ISSN 0004-881X
Issue year2013
Publication size in sheets0.5
Keywords in Englishgelcasting, alumina, monosaccharides, deflocculants, low-toxic monomers
Languageen angielski
J Australian CS_2013.pdf 370.38 KB
Score (nominal)25
Score sourcejournalList
ScoreMinisterial score = 15.0, 05-01-2020, ArticleFromJournal
Ministerial score (2013-2016) = 25.0, 05-01-2020, ArticleFromJournal
Publication indicators WoS Citations = 9; Scopus Citations = 9; GS Citations = 6.0; WoS Impact Factor: 2013 = 0.338 (2) - 2015=0.684 (5)
Citation count*6 (2016-05-30)
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