preparation and processing of high temperature materials. Among papers collected see in particular papers 1 and 35. H.V. Boenig, "Fundamentals of Plasma Chemistry and Technology", Technomic Publishing Co, Lancaster, 1988, pp. 413. See chaps. VI, XVI and XVI
Conference proceedings volumes Chang-Chun Ge and A.S. Rogachev, (eds.) “Progress in Self-Propagating High-Temperature Synthesis”, Proc. of the Workshop held 21-24 Sept 2000 in Bejing; published in: Key Eng. Mater. 2002, 217, Trans. Tech. Publication, Switzerland, pp. 228.
A.G. Merzhanov, “The chemistry of self-propagating high-temperature synthesis”, J. Mater. Chem., 14 (2004) 1779-1786; a review of the chemistry of SHS method with examples of production of refractory materials
G. Merzhanov, “Combustion and explosion processes in physical chemistry and technology of inorganic materials” Russian Chem. Rev. 72 (2003) 289-310
J. Moore, H.J Feng, “Combustion synthesis of advanced materials; Part I. Reaction parameters” in Progress in Materials Science Vol.39, 1995, pp 243-273, Pergamon; Part II.Classification, applications and modelling, ibidem pp. 275-316;
Hlavaceck, “Combustion synthesis: a historical perspective”, Ceramic Bulletin 70 (1991) 240- 243
A. Munir and U. Anselmi Tamburini, “Self-propagating exothermic reactions: the synthesis of high- temperature materials by combustion”, Materials Science Reports Vol.3 (1989) pp.267- 365
Lectures presented at the 15th International Symposium on Plasma Chemistry, Orleans, France, July 2001 and published in Pure Applied Chemistry Vol 74 (3) 2002. For example: Pere Roca i Cabarrocas et al., “Plasma production of nanocrystalline silicon particles and polymorphous silicon thin films for large-area electronic devices” Pure Appl.Chem. 74(3) 359-367, 2002.
Among lectures presented at the 16th Taormina, Italy, June 22-27,2003
Internationa Symposium on Plasma Chemistry (ISPC 16),