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Organo-Silica Sol–Gel Materials

Organic Silicon Compounds (1998)

  1. David Avnir1,
  2. Lisa C. Klein2,
  3. David Levy3,
  4. Ulrich Schubert4,
  5. Anna B. Wojcik2

Published Online: 15 DEC 2009

DOI: 10.1002/9780470682531.pat0202

Patai's Chemistry of Functional Groups

Patai's Chemistry of Functional Groups

How to Cite

Avnir, D., Klein, L. C., Levy, D., Schubert, U. and Wojcik, A. B. 2009. Organo-Silica Sol–Gel Materials. Patai's Chemistry of Functional Groups.

Author Information

  1. 1

    The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Institute of Chemistry, Jerusalem, Israel

  2. 2

    Rutgers—The State University of New Jersey, Ceramics Department, Piscataway, NJ, USA

  3. 3

    Instituto de Ciencia de Materiales de Madrid, C.S.I.C., Cantoblanco, Madrid, Spain

  4. 4

    the Technical University of Vienna, Institute for Inorganic Chemistry, Vienna, Austria

Publication History

  1. Published Online: 15 DEC 2009

Abstract

  • 1
    Introduction
  • 2
    The Silica Sol–Gel Process and Silica Sol–Gel Materials
  • 3
    Direct Entrapment of Organic and Bioorganic Molecules in Sol–Gel Matrices
  • 4
    Covalent Entrapment of Organic Functional Groups
  • 5
    Organic/Inorganic Sol–Gel Copolymerizations
  • 6
    Photochemistry, Photophysics and Optics of Doped Sol–Gel Materials
  • 7
    Concluding Remark
  • 8
    Acknowledgments

Keywords:

  • organo-silica sol gel materials;
  • sol gel porous material and polycondensation reaction hydrolysis;
  • sol gel sensors;
  • electrochemistry with organically doped sol gel electrodes;
  • alkyl- and aryl-substituted materials;
  • organic/inorganic sol gel copolymerizations;
  • organic inorganic sol gel precursors;
  • phase separation in GDLC formation