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YCN Photo Contest 2020

Here are the results of the 2020 Photo Contest: 

1. 

Gıyasettin Can Tatlısu, Eskisehir Technical University, Turkey 

New Generation Thermal Insulation Material Affected by Covid-19 Pandemic Outbreak

2. 

Onur Kagan Enni

Disguised Grasshopper

α, β SiAlON ceramic. Elongated hexagonal shaped β-SiAlON grains are growing after sintering above 1700 °C.

3. 

Carmen Muñoz Ferreiro, Dpto. Física de la Materia Condensada (Universidad de Sevilla) ICMS (CSIC-US) and MATEIS (INSA Lyon)

A stone desert is born

The micrograph shows boron oxide nanocrystals (in the form of pilars) coming out from a zirconium oxide (3YTZP) matrix. The event occured after the oxidation of a boron nitride (BN) nanoplatelets/3YTZP composite at temperatures over 1000 ºC. We can also see that due to this oxidation, the 3YTZP grains on the surface have suffered a martensitic transformation from the tetragonal to the monoclinic phase (visible because of a higher grain size).

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