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Actual challenges, opportunities, and perspectives of composite materials

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The development of technology is associated with a strong need for changes in the design and manufacture of new types of materials. Monolithic materials such as ceramics or metals have become insufficient for the needs of the modern market. The combination of several types of materials in one system turned out to be the right solution. Composite materials as multi-phase materials show improved properties compared with individual structural elements and can give the opportunity to design systems with enhanced specific characteristics.The presented work provides a review of actual literature dedicated to composite materials. In this work, the basic terminology, the division of composite systems, the most commonly used methods for composites preparation as well as physicochemical characteristics and potential applications of these types of matter were presented.
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74
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1
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2019
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2020-06-17
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bwmeta1.element.ojs-doi-10_17951_aa_2019_74_1_41-54
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