Sol-Gel

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Canada

 
Mark Andrews  
Lumenon
Susan M. Bradley
J.D. Brennan
Dept. of Chemistry, McMaster University
New Sol-Gel based Biomaterials, Sol-Gel entrapment of proteins for Biosensors applications. Links to group research areas
Pavel Cheben  
Institute for Measurement Standards (INMS) NRC, Canada
Photosensitive ormosils for memory applications, photorefractive ormosilsfor rewritable memories and processing of information applications, Ormosils for integrated optics
Jeff Dahn  
Physics and Chemistry of  Materials for Advanced Batteries.
Synthesis of new materials using a variety of techniques including Chemical Vapor Deposition, Sol-Gel methods and direct solid-state reactions.
Dalhousie University, Dept of Physics and Chemistry, Halifax, Canada
Mike B. Evans
Activated carbons and other porous materials for gas purification, separation and storage purposes. Investigatioàns of sol-gel techniques for the production of adsorbents.
Dept. of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Royal Military College of Canada
J. Stephen Hartman
Jack Miller
Abdul Majid 
Institute for chemical Process and environmental Technology, Nationalm research Council
S. Iraj Najafi (2)
Lumenon
Geoffrey A. Ozin
 

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Brasil

 

 
Edson Leite
Chemistry Department, Universidade Federal de Sao Carlos, Brasil
Synthesis and characterization of nanostructured ceramic materials for electronic application, as well as the processing of ceramic thin films by chemical route.
E.D. Zanotto 

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Israel

D.Avnir 
Institute of Chemistry, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Sol-Gel processing, Entrapment of Organic and Biorganic Molecules,Hybrids, Bio active Materials, Organic doped Sol-Gel, Sensors
Links to group publications and group people.
Renata Reisfeld
Dept. of Inorganic Chemistry, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Sol-Gel glass, solid state lasers, NLO, quantum dots chemical optical sensors, rare earths in glass.
Yachin Cohen
Gideon Grader
Chemical Engineering, Technion Israel Institute of Technology
Powder synthesis, sol-gel materials

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Australia

 
Max Lu
Chemical engineering, University of Quensland, Australia
Nanostructured materials,, molecular engineering of nanoparticles for photocatalysis, membranes, nanoengineered clays.
R. Lamb
Paul Mulvaney  
School of Chemistry  University of Melbourn
Nanosized particles, Nanotechnology

 

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