High-alumina ceramics are among the most versatile and extensively used nonmetallic engineering materials. Because they have many good physical properties, are relatively low in cost and readily available, their applications are widespread and becoming more diverse each year. This paper describes some of the ways high-alumina ceramics are used today.
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