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New Materials from Gels  (Esquivias group)  (updated March. 2003)
Affiliation :
Universidad de Cádiz, Departament of Condensed Matter Physics
Research Activities :
Gel structure. Materials for non-linear optics. Ceramics powders processing.Our research done during the period 1987-1998 is included in our review: Appl. Organometal. Chem., 13 (1999) 399-418. Now we are moving towards gels as stone consolidants in the conservation of monumental buildings.
Contact:
Professor Luis Esquivias
Dep. Física de la Materia Condensada. Facultad de Ciencias. UCA
Campus Universitario Río San Pedro
Puerto Real 11517 Cádiz
email: luis.esquivias@uca.es
phone: +34 956 016321
Fax: +34 956 01 6288
Materials Science Institute
Affiliation : ICMAB, CSIC, Barcelona
Research Activities : 
Dr. Pedro Gomez-Romero's group is presently active in several lines of work related to solid state chemistry and electrochemistry, low-temperature and sol-gel synthesis of oxides and hybrid organic-inorganic materials based on conducting organic polymers and electroactive or
photoactive inorganic species, both molecular and extended. Applications concern mostly materials for storage and conversion of energy and range from rechargeable lithium batteries and fuel cells to catalysis.
Ceramic & Glassy materials research group
Affiliation : University of Valencia, Department of Inorganic Chemistry
Research Activities : Preparation and characterization of ceramic pigmenting systems from gels. We are also involved on wide range of ceramic systems wich show several kinds of properties: mechanical, optical, electrical and catalysts.
Inorganic-organic hybrid materials
Sol-Gel group (David Levy's group)  (updated June/2006)
Affiliation :
Department of Particulate Materials of the Instituto de Ciencia de Materiales de Madrid (ICMM)
Research Activities :
Sol-Gel glass with optical and electro-optical properties, nanosensors, high temperatures inks, glass dispersed liquid crystals, photoactive Sol-Gel materials.

 

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