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  1. Drying temperature effects on microstructure, electrical properties and electro-optic coefficients of sol-gel derived PZT thin films 
    Lee, Changho, and all,  Thin solid films. 340, N° 1, (1999), 242
  2. Microwave drying of sol-gel alumina-30 vol-%SiC precursor for particulate ceramic matrix composites 
    Ananthakumar, S, and all,  British ceramic transactions. 97, N° 5, (1998), 236
  3. Effect of Particle Additions on Drying Stresses and the Green Density of Sol-Gel-Processed Three-Dimensional Ceramic-Matrix Composite 
    Liu, Hsien-Kuang, and all,  Journal of the American Ceramic Society. 81, N° 7, (1998), 1824
  4. NMR of molecules trapped in sol-gel glasses, Progressive closure of the nanoporosity during drying 
    Cros, F, and all,  Journal de chimie physique et de physico-chimie biologique. 95, N° 2, (1998), 264 
  5. Sol-gel precursor for alumina-silicon carbide nanocomposite through controlled flocculation and humidity drying 
    Hareesh, U S, and all,  British ceramic transactions. 96, N° 3, (1997), 99
  6. Pore Evolution and Solvent Transport During Drying of Gelled Sol-Gel Coatings, Predicting 'Springback' 
    Cairncross, R A, and all,  Drying technology. 15, N° 6-8, (1997), 1815 
  7. Titania-Silica Mixed Oxides. V. Effect of Sol-Gel and Drying Conditions on Surface Properties 
    Dutoit, D C M, and all,  Journal of catalysis. 164, N° 2, (1996), 433
  8. Titania-Silica Mixed Oxides. I. Influence of Sol-Gel and Drying Conditions on Structural Properties 
    Dutoit, D C M, and all,  Journal of catalysis. 153, N° 1, (1995), 165
  9. Titania-alumina prepared by sol-gel method, Influence of pH and drying on textural and structural properties 
    Chiaro, S. S. X., and all,  Studies in surface science and catalysis. 118, (1998), 633
  10. Recent Advances in Theoretical Modeling of Deposition, Drying, and Shrinkage in Sol-Gel Coating Processes 
    Cairncross, R. A., and all,  Ceramic transactions. 69, (1997), 153
  11. Process and Apparatus for Rapidly Drying a Wet Porous Sol-Gel Monolith 
    Chaudhuri, S. R., and all,  Ceramic transactions. 55, (1995), 129
  12. Temporary Opacification of Gel Body During Drying in the Sol-Gel Fabrication of Transparent Silica Gels 
    Sakka, S., and all,  Ceramic transactions. 55, (1995), 117
  13. Investigation of the drying temperature dependence of the orientation in sol-gel processed PZT thin films 
    Chang Jung Kim, and all,  Journal of materials science. 32, N° 5, (1997), 1213
  14. Effect of Drying Control Chemical Additives in Sol-Gel-Glass Monolith Processing 
    Nikolic, L. J., and all,  Ceramics international. 20, N° 5, (1994), 309
  15. The use of the rigidochromism of ReCl(CO){sub}3-2,2prime-bipyridine as a probe of gelation, aging and drying in sol-gel derived ormosils. 
    Hanna, S. D., and all,  Journal of non-crystalline solids. 167, N° 3, (February 1994), 239
  16. The role of drying-control chemical additives on the preparation of sol-gel derived PLZT thin films. 
    Chang, De-An, and all,  Journal of materials science. 28, N° 24, (December 15, 1993), 6691
  17. Transmission infrared study of acid-catalyzed sol-gel silica coatings during room ambient drying. 
    Parrill, T. M.,  Journal of materials research. 7, N° 8, (August 1992), 2230-2239
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