Published January 31, 1995
by Springer .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||406|
Sol--Gel--Optics encompasses numerous schemes for fabricating optical materials from gels -- materials such as bulk optics, optical waveguides, doped oxides for laser and nonlinear optics, gradient refractive index (GRIN) optics, chemical sensors, environmental sensors, and `smart' windows. Sol--Gel--Optics: Processing and Applications provides in-depth coverage of the synthesis and 5/5(1). Sol--Gel--Optics encompasses numerous schemes for fabricating optical materials from gels -- materials such as bulk optics, optical waveguides, doped oxides for laser and nonlinear optics, gradient refractive index (GRIN) optics, chemical sensors, environmental sensors, and `smart' --Gel--Optics: Processing and Applications provides in-depth coverage of the synthesis and fabrication. Sol--Gel--Optics: Processing and Applications provides in-depth coverage of the synthesis and fabrication of these materials and discusses the optics related to microporous, amorphous, crystalline and composite materials. The reader will also find in this book detailed descriptions of new developments in silica optics, bulk optics, waveguides Format: Hardcover. About this book. This comprehensive three-volume handbook brings together a review of the current state together with the latest developments in sol-gel technology to put forward new ideas. The first volume, dedicated to synthesis and shaping, gives an in-depth overview of the wet-chemical processes that constitute the core of the sol-gel.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Proceedings of the International Symposium on Advances in Sol-Gel Processing and Applications, held August , , in Chicago, Illinois"--Title page verso. Sol–gel is a wet-chemical process that involves the formation of an inorganic colloidal suspension (sol) and gelation of the sol in a continuous liquid phase (gel) to form a three-dimensional network structure. Benjaram M. Reddy, in Nanostructures for Novel Therapy, Sol–gel method is one of the well-established synthetic approaches to. Part of the The Kluwer International Series in Sol-Gel Processing: Technology and Applications book series (SGEL, volume 1) Abstract In some rare examples, sols or gels can be used as end by: 7. steps of sol–gel processing will be discussed in more detail. Hydrolysis and Condensation Reactions Silica-Based Materials The basic chemical principle behind sol–gel processing of silica-based materials is the transformation of Si-OR- and Si-OH-containing species to siloxane compounds by condensation Size: KB.
GENERAL INTRODUCTION 1 l. l - Short history 1 1. 2 - Sols, gels and gelation 2 1. 3 - Outline of sol-gel processing 4 1. 4 - Recent developments 6 1. 5 - Advantages and limitations of sol-gel processing 6 1. 6 - Organization of the book 8 1. 7 - References 8 2 THE CHEMISTRY OF PRECURSORS SOLUTIONS 11 2. 1 - Introduction 11 2. 2 - Solvents 12 5/5(1). BOOK REVIEW. Sol-gel processing methods, first used historically for decorative and constructional materials, were extensively developed in the last century for applications such as glasses, ceramics, catalysts, coatings, composites and fibres. Today they are reaching their full potential, enabling the preparation of new generations of advanced. Get this from a library! Sol-Gel Processing and Applications. [Yosry A Attia] -- During my professional career, I developed a strong interest in sol-gel technology, and worked on both xerogel and aerogel systems. My fascination with aerogels has driven me to explore their. The sol-gel technique has not only revolutionized oxide ceramics industry and/or material science but has also extended widely into multidimensional applications. The book Recent Applications in Sol-Gel Synthesis comprises 14 chapters that deal mainly with the application-oriented aspects of the by: 3.