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Thermal Diffusivity of Ceramics During Neutron Irradiation

By Masafumi Akiyoshi, Hidetsugu Tsuchida and Toyohiko Yano

Submitted: October 27th 2010Reviewed: May 1st 2011Published: August 1st 2011

DOI: 10.5772/18461

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Masafumi Akiyoshi, Hidetsugu Tsuchida and Toyohiko Yano (August 1st 2011). Thermal Diffusivity of Ceramics During Neutron Irradiation, Advances in Ceramics - Characterization, Raw Materials, Processing, Properties, Degradation and Healing, Costas Sikalidis, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/18461. Available from:

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