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8 Volume 12 Issue 2. September 2011 SCIENCE ASIA The sol–gel method involves the hydrolysis and polymerization of metal salts, followed by a brief heat-treatment. 1-20 There are two methods of sol–gel processing, namely precipitation and sol-gel synthesis. Sol–gel processing is a versatile and efficient method for preparing a variety of materials. For example, titanium oxide gel formed by the sol–gel process has been widely used as a light-scattering material in cosmetics, and in particular, a dye‐staining material. Volume 12 Issue 2. September 2011 SCIENCE ASIA In this study, the effect of the heat‐treatment temperature on the dielectric and structural properties of the sol–gel. Chemical Engineering Materials; 8(11):3010-3018. Journal information: Chemical Engineering Materials Sol-Gel Materials-Chemistry and Applications Sol-Gel Chemistry Overview.pdf By Tim A. Wettstein, Aiden Raab, and Matthew J. Lefebvre Published November 15, 2011. Cited by 1 1 . Sol-Gel Materials-Chemistry and Applications Published September 2011 Sol-Gel Chemistry Overview.pdf Research The Sol–Gel Materials Chemistry and Applications Sol-Gel Chemistry Overview.pdf 25 Cited by 1 In this paper we analyze the key factors that influence the formation of silica and the resulting properties of the sol–gel materials obtained from such materials. Journal of Materials Chemistry; 2011. Journal information: Chemical Engineering Materials Sol-gel Materials-Chemistry and Applications Sol-Gel Chemistry Overview.pdf Research Article Published 15 November 2011. Cited by 1 The sol–gel process is a rapid and versatile method for forming materials from inorganic precursors in the form of sols. The method allows the use of precursors with a wide variety of properties, and allows for a wide range of modifications, including the incorporation of metal–organic species, multiphase systems, and the creation of porous materials. -29- . Sol-Gel Chemistry-Materials 1(1) ; 1(6). 26 . This allows for the formation of a wide range of materials, including inorganic glasses, oxide thin films, porous and polymerized materials, and inorganic–organic composites. -37- . -29- . be359ba680


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