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  1. A novel bulk sol-gel process to prepare monolithic silica materials 
    Wang, Ce, and all,  Journal of materials research. 14, N° 10, (1999), 4098
  2. Toward an Understanding of the Elastic, Mechanical, and Physical Processes Associated with Sol-Gel Processing of Cyanide-Bridged Gel Systems 
    Sharp, Stefanie L, and all,  Chemistry of materials 10, N° 3, (1998), 825
  3. Spontaneous solution-sol-gel process for preparing tin oxide monolith 
    Wu, Nae-Lih, and all,  Journal of materials research. 11, N° 4, (1996), 813
  4. Process and Apparatus for Rapidly Drying a Wet Porous Sol-Gel Monolith 
    Chaudhuri, S. R., and all,  Ceramic transactions. 55, (1995), 129
  5. Preparation of tin oxide monolith by the sol-gel method from inorganic salt 
    Kobayashi, Y., and all,  Journal of materials science. 31, N° 23, (1996), 6125
  6. Preparation of lithium aluminate monolith of controlled porosity by a sol-gel method 
    Jung, J.-M., and all,  Journal of materials science letters. 15, N° 22, (1996), 2012
  7. The role of N,N-dimethylaniline in the formation of titania gel monolith by sol-gel method 
    Sharma, P. K., and all,  Journal of materials science. 31, N° 3, (1996), 773
  8. Preparation of silica monolith via sol-gel route 
    Gupta, A., and all,  Bulletin of materials science. 18, N° 5, (1995), 497
  9. Sol-Gel Strategies for Controlled Porosity Ceramic Materials, Thin Film and Bulk 
    Brinker, C. J., and all,  Materials Research Society symposia proceedings. 368, (1995), 329
  10. Photochemical and Thermal Isomerization of Azobenzene Derivatives in Sol-Gel Bulk Materials 
    Ueda, M., and all,  Chemistry of materials , a publication of the American Chemical Society. 6, N° 10, (1994), 1771
  11. Effect of Drying Control Chemical Additives in Sol-Gel-Glass Monolith Processing 
    Nikolic, L. J., and all,  Ceramics international. 20, N° 5, (1994), 309
  12. Gallium arsenide bulk acoustic wave resonators fabricated using sol-gel technology. 
    Awang, Z., and all,  Electronics letters. 29, N° 7, (April 01, 1993), 626
  13. Glass-metal nanocomposites in bulk form by sol-gel route followed by hot pressing. 
    Roy, S., and all,  Journal of materials research. 8, N° 4, (April 1993), 689-692
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