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Challenges and Opportunities for Spark Plasma Sintering: A Key Technology for a New Generation of Materials

By M. Suárez, A. Fernández, J.L. Menéndez, R. Torrecillas, H. U. Kessel, J. Hennicke, R. Kirchner and T. Kessel

Submitted: June 5th 2012Reviewed: September 22nd 2012Published: February 6th 2013

DOI: 10.5772/53706

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M. Suárez, A. Fernández, J.L. Menéndez, R. Torrecillas, H. U. Kessel, J. Hennicke, R. Kirchner and T. Kessel (February 6th 2013). Challenges and Opportunities for Spark Plasma Sintering: A Key Technology for a New Generation of Materials, Sintering Applications, Burcu Ertuğ, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/53706. Available from:

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