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Welcome to the Advanced Ceramic Laboratory.

The group focuses on the development and processing of advanced ceramic and ceramic composite materials, including ternary carbides and nitrides known as MAX phases and their exfoliation into their 2D counterparts, known as MXene. These materials have a range of potential applications, including in power stations, nuclear reactors, jet engines, armor, optical components, energy generation and storage, electronics, and healthcare. The lab's research involves exploring novel synthesis and fabrication techniques for these materials and understanding the relationship between their functional properties and functional characteristics at various length scales.

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Sulfur impurity removal in magnesium aluminate spinel by acid treatment 

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