Paper Title:
Inorganic Dispersed-Phase Composites by Sol-Gel Processing: An Update
  Abstract

A brief update (2001 till the present) is presented on published records on nano- and microcomposites involving inorganic compounds as dispersed and matrix or support phase in powder or thin film/coating form. Properties and applications of the currently reported composite materials are also discussed. The status of this field of research is highlighted in a short analysis.

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Luis Esquivias
Pages
121-139
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/KEM.391.121
Citation
D. Ganguli, R. Subasri, R. Varadharajan, "Inorganic Dispersed-Phase Composites by Sol-Gel Processing: An Update", Key Engineering Materials, Vol. 391, pp. 121-139, 2009
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October 2008
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