Volume 1: Sol Gel Prepared Ferroelectrics and Related Materials. Part I: Barium Titanates and Related Materials. Part II: Lead Zirconate-titanates and Related Materials. Part III: Strontium Barium Niobates and Related Materials. Part IV: Strontium Bismuth Tantalates. Part V: Other Materials.
Volume 2: Sol-Gel Processing of Titanium Oxides: Photocatalyst and Other Applications. Part I: Photocatalysts. Part II: Solar Cells. Part III: Miscellaneous Application. Part IV: Preparation Structure and Properties.
Volume 3: Sol-Gel Prepared Organic-Inorganic Hybrids and Nanocomposites. Part I: Optical Materials with Applications to Waveguides, Microstructure, Gratings. Part II: Photonic Materials for Lasers, Luminescence, Nonlinear Optical Effects. Part III: Mechanically Strong Organic-Inorganic Hybrids. Part IV: Materials for Catalysts, Sensors and Chemical Applications. Part V: Organic-Inorganic Hybrids as Biomaterials. Part VI: Studies on Preparation, Structure, and Properties of Organic-Inorganic Hybrids.
Volume 4: Sol Gel Processing of Porous Materials: Applications to Catalysts, Enzymes, Chemical Analysis, Sensors, and Membranes. Part I: Porous Materials with Pores Controlled by Phase Separation and Self-Organization. Part II: Membranes, Filters and Molecular Sieves. Part III: Catalysts and Catalyst Supports. Part IV: Optical Chemical Sensors and other Sensors. Part V: Biosensors and Enzyme Support. Part VI: Characterization of Pores and Pore Surfaces in Porous Gels. Index.
Sol-Gel Science and Technology covers optical, electronic and magnetic, chemical, mechanical, biomedical and biotechnological materials. Concerning the microstructures, the sol-gel method applies to porous materials, dense materials like glasses and ceramics, organic-inorganic hybrids and nanocomposites.
The four volumes of this reference treat four areas that are timely, important and seeing great research activity:
-Sol-gel prepared ferroelectrics and related materials.
-Sol-gel processing of titanium oxides: photocatalyst and other applications.
-Sol-gel prepared organic-inorganic hybrids and nanocomposites.
-Sol-gel processing of porous materials: application to catalysts, enzymes, chemical analysis, sensors, and membranes. The goal of these four volumes is to disseminate the recent research results published in recent issues of Journal of Sol-Gel Science and Technology, which is a unique journal devoted to Sol-Gel.