Emerging Fields in Sol-Gel Science and Technology

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Preface. Acknowledgements.
- Part 1: Sol-Gel Catalyst Materials. 1.1. Metallocene Catalysts supported on porous oxides prepared by sol-gel Technique for polymerization of olefins; R. Quijada, J.L. Guevara, J. Retuert. 1.2. Synthesis and Applications of Catalysts Prepared by Sol-Gel Methods; R.D. Gonzalez, S. Arsenault. 1.3. Catalytic Activity of sol-gel metal and metal oxide catalysts; G. Pecchi, P. Reyes. 1.4. Application of sol-gel chemistry to the preparation of sulfated oxides and hydrophobic catalysts; F. Figueras, J.L. Flores. 1.5. Phenol Degradation and Photodegradation using UV-by Fe2O3 supported on Al2O3 and TiO2 prepared by sol-gel method; G. Pecchi, P. Reyes, J. Villasenor. 1.6. Catalytic expoxidation of ciclohexane on MCM-41 and Ti-MCM-41; G. Pecchi, P. Reyes, G. Borda, M. Oportus. 1.7. Transition Bimetallic Carbides: Synthesis and Characterization; A.I. Reyes, J.A. Melo, J.G. Sandoval, R. Silva Rodrigo, J.M. Domínguez, A. Toledo, D. Acosta. 1.8. Dehydrogenation and dehydration of Isopropanol Catalyzed with sol-gel MgO-Al2O3; J. Wang, L. Chen, T. Lopez, R. Gomez, O. Novaro. 1.9. Ceramic compounds MTiOx synthesis and photocatalytic properties; A. Hernández, L. M. Torres-Martínez, W. Ortega, T. López.
- Part 2: Adsorption And Porosity. 2.1. Engineering of ceramic microstructures for functionality; B. Yoldas. 2.2. Sorption properties of mesoporous silica sol-gel vitreous substrata; J.M. Esparza, P. Salas, G. Hernández, A.M. Vidale, F. Rojas. 2.3.Microporosity in silica syntesized by sol-gel method. Adsorption of nitrogen at 76K; M.A. Hernandez, J.A. Velasco, L. Corona, M. Asomoza, S. Solis, F. Rojas, V.H. Lara. 2.4. Aluminosilicatos of bimodal porosity prepared by hydrothermal treatment starting from hybrid composites; A. Hidrobo, J. Retuert, P. Araya, E. Wolf.
- Part 3: Sol-Gel Oxide Materials. 3.1. Hydrophobic silica aerogels under subcritical conditions: Preparation and characterization; A. Fidalgo, M.E. Rosa, L.M. Ilharco. 3.2. Synthesis and Characterization of metal oxide nanoparticles; G. Oskam, R.L. Penn, Z. Hu, P.C. Searson. 3.3. Contribution to the sol-gel chemistry in silica based systems; M. Zaharescu, V. Bâdescu, A. Vasilescu, A. Jitianu. 3.4. Effect of precursor and ultrasound on the properties of some C60-doped sol-gel silica materials; M. Rãileanu, M. Giubelan, M. Zaharescu, A. Jitianu, I. Peleanu, A. Meghea. 3.5. SEM Morphological study and Transparency properties of hybrid SiO2-phenolic resin materials; G. Hernández-Padrón, F. Rojas, M. Garcia-Garduno, C. Peza. 3.6. Effect of Yttrium on the Crystal Structure of ZrO2; M.L. Ojeda, A. Campero. 3.7. Effect of alkalinous ions on the Raman Scattering spectrum of zirconia prepared by sol-gel process; M. Picquart, A. Moreno-Rodríguez, T. López, E. Haro-Poniatowski. 3.8. Anatase-Rutile phase transformation of Cu++ doped TiO2 in a non-reducing atmosphere; G. Cordoba, J. Padilla, V.H. Lara, R. Arroyo. 3.9. Silica obtained by sol-gel processing and modified through indium incorporation; E. Ramos, G. Rangel, T.
Emerging Fields in Sol-gel Science and Technology contains selected papers from the symposium on "Sol-Gel and Vitreous Materials and Applications" held during the International Materials Research Congress in Cancún, México in August 2002. One hundred and twenty researchers representing 10 countries attended this symposium. Some of the subjects covered in this symposium include 1.) synthesis of new materials endowed with outstanding and non-conventional optical, magnetic, electrical, thermal, catalytic, and mechanical properties; 2.) study of the sorption properties of model porous materials in order to test the validity of previous and recent theories; 3.) theoretical studies related to density functional theory, fractal and scaling law approaches, 4.) synthesis of biomaterials for use in medicine and pollution control; 5.) application of sol-gel colloids in the fine-chemistry industry in products such as fragrances and pharmaceuticals; 6.) development of special vitreous materials; 7.) implementation of inorganic thin films, and 8.) synthesis of materials for energy saving.

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