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A new type of optical ceramics developed in the Far East

Researchers from the Far Eastern Federal University (FEFU) have created optical nanoceramics with the addition of neodymium. The novelty surpasses the commercial glass and single crystals, used today in laser technologies, in terms of its physical and mechanical properties. The corresponding article awaits publication in Ceramics International.
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Researchers used reactive spark plasma sintering at a temperature of 1200−1500 degrees to obtain transparent ceramics with the addition of neodymium.

The physical and mechanical properties of the new ceramics are noticeably superior to those that are typical for existing transparent ceramics. This is important when high-quality lasers are involved — in advanced laser range finders and communication systems, both terrestrial and space, which would be developed in the future.

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