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Synthèse d’un polymère précéramique résistant à l’oxygène

Synthesis of an oxygen-resistant preceramic polymer. Ceramics are usually composed of a metal and a non-metal material, oxygen. Non-oxide ceramics do not exist in nature. Researchers are trying to find chemical compositions for non-oxide ceramics, which would be much more resistant to major mechanical stresses such as high temperatures and oxidation. In a second phase, this polymer will be spray-pyrolysed.

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