Fundamental issues of reactive wetting by liquid metals

@article{Dezellus2010FundamentalIO,
  title={Fundamental issues of reactive wetting by liquid metals},
  author={O. Dezellus and Nicolas Eustathopoulos},
  journal={Journal of Materials Science},
  year={2010},
  volume={45},
  pages={4256-4264}
}
After a brief presentation of thermodynamics and kinetics of non-reactive wetting, the recent results and theoretical developments concerning the reactive wetting of solids by liquid metals are reviewed. A section is devoted to illustrate and discuss the effect of interfacial reactions in removing the wetting barriers existing on many ceramic and metallic solids. 
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