Fabrication of ultra-high-temperature nonstoichiometric hafnium carbonitride via combustion synthesis and spark plasma sintering

@article{Buinevich2020FabricationOU,
  title={Fabrication of ultra-high-temperature nonstoichiometric hafnium carbonitride via combustion synthesis and spark plasma sintering},
  author={Veronika Buinevich and A. A. Nepapushev and Dmitry O. Moskovskikh and German Trusov and Kirill Kuskov and S. G. Vadchenko and A. S. Rogachev and Alexander S. Mukasyan},
  journal={Ceramics International},
  year={2020},
  volume={46},
  pages={16068-16073}
}
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