Accession Number : ADA267970


Title :   Better Ceramics Through Chemistry 4. Symposium Held in San Francisco, California on April 16 - 20, 1990. Volume 180


Corporate Author : MATERIALS RESEARCH SOCIETY PITTSBURGH PA


Personal Author(s) : Zelinski, Brian J ; Brinker, C J ; Clark, David E ; Ulrich, Donald R


Full Text : https://apps.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/a267970.pdf


Report Date : 20 Apr 1990


Pagination or Media Count : 1099


Abstract : Partial contents: Reaction Mechanisms and Kinetics: Sol-Gel Chemistry of Hydrogenosiliconates: The Role of Hypervalent Silicon Species; High Pressure Raman Study of the Hydrolysis Reaction of TMOS and TEOS; Molecular Architecture and its Role in Silica Sol-Gel Polymerization; Synthetic and Structural studies of Bismuth/Copper Alkoxides; Precursor Effects and Aqueous Chemistry: Molecular Structure of Metal Alkoxide Precursors; Tailored Molecular Precursors of Yttrium Oxide Using Functional Alcohol and Acetylacetone as Modifiers; and NMR spectroscopic Investigations of PbTiO3 Sol-Gel Processing


Descriptors :   *REACTION KINETICS , *COMPOSITE MATERIALS , *CERAMIC MATERIALS , *GELATION , *SILICON , SHEAR PROPERTIES , FRACTALS , IONS , METALS , OPTICAL PROPERTIES , POLYMERS , PRECURSORS , SOLIDS , CRYSTALLIZATION , MICROWAVES , CARBIDES , WAVEGUIDES , ORGANOMETALLIC COMPOUNDS , DIELECTRICS , THIN FILMS , SUPERCONDUCTORS , HYDROLYSIS , TITANIUM , TIN , MOLECULAR STRUCTURE , ZIRCONIUM , CATALYSTS , HYBRID SYSTEMS , X RAY SCATTERING , RHEOLOGY , POSITRONIUM , NEUTRON SCATTERING , SILICA GELS , SPINEL , IRON OXIDES , INORGANIC MATERIALS , DISPERSIONS , YTTRIUM , DRYING , POTASSIUM , DECAY , TANTALUM , COLLOIDS , NIOBIUM , ALUMINUM , COPPER , PARTICLES , COATINGS , LITHIUM , ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES , LASERS , PROCESSING , POWDERS , PHASE TRANSFORMATIONS , FIBERS , MICROSTRUCTURE , SYMPOSIA , AGING(MATERIALS)


Subject Categories : Physical Chemistry
      Ceramics, Refractories and Glass
      Laminates and Composite Materials


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