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Bamboo charcoal was expected to be a renewable carbon source for carbide materials in carbothermal reduction because of its superior characteristics. SiC powders with characteristic shapes were fabricated by carbothermal reduction with industrial silica sol and bamboo charcoal particles as silicon and carbon sources respectively, and the effects of reacting temperature and time on shape evolutions and properties of the as-prepared SiC powders were investigated. The silica sol/bamboo charcoaldoi:10.1007/s40145-013-0050-4 fatcat:n6caujjs7rbndjfaq7bpgphlem