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1. G.Marci, L.Palmisano, A.Sclafani, A.M.Venezia, R.Campostrini, G.Carturan, C.Martin, V.Rives, G.Solana
Influence of tungsten oxide on structural and surface properties of sol-gel prepared TiO2 employed for 4-nitrophenol photodegradation.
J.Chem.Soc.Faraday Trans., 1996, 92, 819-829

2. T.Takada, J,D.Mackenzie, M.Yamane, K.Kang, N.Peyghambarian, R.J.Reeves, E.T.Knobbe, R.C.Powell
Preparation and non-linear optical properties of CdS quantum dots in Na2O-B2O3-SiO2 glasses by the sol-gel technique.
J.Mater.Sci., 1996, 31, 423-430

3. B.Lebeau, C.Sanchez, S.Brasselet, J.Zyss, G.Froc, M.Dumont
Large second-order nonlinearities in azo dyes grafted hybrid sol-gel coatings.
New J.Chem., 1996, 20, 13-18

4. Rossi, S.Daehne, R.Reisfeld
Photophysical properties of cyanine dyes in sol-gel matrices.
Chem.Phys.Lett., 1996, 251, 259-267

5. L.M.Shamansky, M.Yang, M.Olteanu, E.L.Chronister
A spectroscopic study of the pH sensor response of fluorescein doped silica and aluminosilica sol-gel glasses.
Mater.Lett., 1996, 26, 113-120

6. M.Kweon, Y.H.Lee, B.T.Ahn, M.Lee
Intramolecular excimer formation processes of 1,3-dipyrenylpropane in silicate sol-gel.
Bull.Kor.Chem.Soc., 1996, 17, 158-161

7. S.Sitkiewitz, A.Heller
Photocatalytic oxidation of benzene and stearic acid on sol-gel derived TiO2 thin films attached to glass.
New J.Chem., 1996, 20, 233-242

8. H.H.Weetall
Retention of bacteriorhodopsin activity in dried sol-gel glass.
Biosens.Bioelectron., 1996, 11, 327-333
CHAB: 124:197684j

9. T.Houzouji, N.Saito, A.Kudo, T.Sakata
Electroluminescence of TiO2 film and TiO2:Cu++ film prepared by the sol-gel method.
Chem.Phys.Lett., 1996, 254, 109-113

10. D.C.Lai, B.Dunn, J.I.Zink
Room temperature luminescence of silicate sol-gel materials containing trisodium tris(dipicolinato) neodymate(III).
Inorg.Chem., 1996, 35, 2152-2154

11. J.Zhao, K.Dou, Y.Chen, C.Jin, L.Sun, S.Huang, J.Yu, W.Xiang, Z.Ding
Temperature dependence of photoluminescence in CdS nanocrystals prepared by the sol-gel method.
J.Lumin., 1996, 66-67, 332-336

12. G.Y.Zhao, N.Tohge
Preparation of photosensitive Al2O3 sol-gel films and their application in fine-patterning.
Kobunshi Ronbunshu, 1996, 53, 253-259

13. G.Zhao, H.Kozuka, T.Yoko
Sol-gel preparation and photoelectrochemical properties of TiO2 films containing Au and Ag metal particles.
Thin Solid Films, 1996, 277, 147-154

14. K.Mita
Preparation of Pt-TiO2 supported on silica-caoted glass flake as efficient photocatalyst.
Kagaku to Kogyo (Osaka), 1996, 70, 133-136

15. S.A.Bagnich
Percolation of the electronic excitation energy over triplet states of benzaldehyde in a porous sol-gel matrix.
Opt.Spectrosc., 1996, 80, 691-694

16. S.A.Bagnich
Phosphorescence of benzophenone under conditions of interaction with walls of porous matrices.
Opt.Spectrosc., 1996, 80, 695-697

17. Y.Takahashi, R.Shimada, A.Maeda, K.Kojima, K.Uchida
Photophysics of coumarin 4-doped amorphous silica glasses prepared by the sol-gel method.
J.Lumin., 1996, 68, 187-192

18. S.Nemoto, N.Hirokawa
Spectral transmittance of organic dye-doped glass films obtained by the sol-gel method.
Appl.Opt., 1996, 35, 3052-3058

19. D.-H.Kim, T.-K.Lee, K.-B.Kim, S.-W.Lee
The photocatalytic activity of TiO2 powder prepared by sol-gel method.
Han'guk Chaelyo Hakhoechi, 1996, 6, 282-290

20. A.K.McEvoy, C.M.McDonagh, B.D.MacCraith
Dissolved oxygen sensor based on fluorescence quenching of oxygen-sensitive ruthenium complexes immobilized in sol-gel-derived porous silica coatings.
Analyst, 1996, 121, 785-788

21. J.J.Flores, E.L.Chronister
Doped sol-gel materials as a matrix for fast response photochromic devices and as a porous cladding for fiber optic chemical sensors.
Proc.SPIE-Int.Soc.Opt.Eng., 1996, 2716, 194-204

22. J.-S.Kim, K.Itoh, M.Murabayashi
Photocatalytic degradation of trichloroethylene on TiO2 sol-gel thin films in gas phase. Effect of humidity on reaction rates, and analyses of products.
Yokohama Kokuritsu Daigaku Kankyo Kagaku Kenkyu Senta Kiyo, 1996, 22, 17-21

23. L.Hou, H.Schmidt
Photochromic properties of a silylated spirooxazine in sol-gel coatings.
Mater.Lett., 1996, 27, 215-218

24. S.D.Hanna
Analysis of emission spectra to determine both excited state distortions of gold(I) complexes and the properties of sol-gel materials.
Diss.Abstr.Int., B, 1996, 57, 1070

25. C.A.Anderson
Improved heterogeneous photocatalysts of titanium dioxide/silicon dioxide and titanium dioxide/aluminium oxide prepared by sol-gel methods.
Diss.Abstr.Int., B, 1996, 57, 1100

26. M.K.Krihak
The optical, chemical and photochemical properties of organic molecules trapped in sol-gel materials for fiber optic chemical sensors.
Diss.Abstr.Int., B, 1996, 57, 1368

27. T.Hashimoto, T.Yamada, T.Yoko
Third-order nonlinear optical properties of sol-gel derived alpha-Fe2O3, gamma-Fe2O3, and Fe3O4 thin films.
J.Appl.Phys., 1996, 80, 3184-3190

28. R.Signorini, M.Zerbetto, M.Meneghetti, R.Bozio, M.Maggini, Faveri, M.Prato, G.Scorrano
Optical limiting properties of soluble fullerene derivatives for incorporation in sol-gel materials.
Chem.Commun., 1996, , 1891-1892

29. P.Innocenzi, H.Kozuka, T.Yoko
Dimer-to-monomer transformation of rhodamine 6G in sol-gel silica films.
J.Non-Cryst.Solids, 1996, 201, 26-36

30. W.Tang, D.C.Cameron
Electroluminescent zinc sulfide devices produced by sol-gel processing.
Thin Solid Films, 1996, 280, 221-226

31. Y.Huang, C.J.Chu
High-efficiency TiO2 photocatalysts by the sol-gel process.
Gov.Rep.Announce.Index (U.S.), 1996, 96, 45pp

32. E.Z.Faraggi, Y.Sorek, O.Levi, Y.Avny, D.Davidov, R.Neumann, R.Reisfeld
New conjugated polymer/sol-gel glass composites. Luminescence and optical waveguides.
Adv.Mater., 1996, 8, 833-837

33. Y.Hosoya, S.Ohsugi, S.Muto, Y.Kurokawa
Nonlinear optical properties (SHG, THG) of N-(4-nitrophenyl)-L-prolinol doped alumina film prepared by a sol-gel process.
Thin Solid Films, 1996, 283, 221-225

34. T.Yoko, L.Hu, H.Kozuka, S.Sakka
Photoelectrochemical properties of TiO2 coating films prepared using different solvents by the sol-gel method.
Thin Solid Films, 1996, 283, 188-195

35. H.Y.Ha, M.A.Anderson
Photodegradation of organic pollutants in water using metal-supported TiO2 catalysts prepared by the sol-gel technique.
Hwahak Konghak, 1996, 34, 356-362

36. P.Gotic, M.Ivanda, A.Sekulic, S.Music, S.Popovic, A.Turkovic, K.Furic
Microstructure of nanosized TiO2 obtained by sol-gel synthesis.
Mater.Lett., 1996, 28, 225-230

37. O.S.Wolfbeis, R.Reisfeld, I.Oehme
Sol-gels and chemical sensors.
Struct.Bonding, 1996, 85, 51-98

38. Y.Zhang, M.Q.Wang, C.G.Zhang
The luminescent properties, thermal stability of phthalic acid ans energy transfer from phthalic acid to Tb+++ in sol-gel-derived silica xerogels.
Mater.Sci.Eng., B, 1996, 40, 171-176

39. D.C.Saha, T.N.Misra
Percolation of triplet excitation in sol-gel matrix.
Solid State Commun., 1996, 100, 407-410

40. J.Butty, N.Peyghambarian, Y.H.Kao, J.D.Mackenzie
Room-temperature optical gain in sol-gel derived CdS quantum dots.
Appl.Phys.Lett., 1996, 69, 3224-3226

41. B.Luther-Davies, M.Samoc, M.Woodruff
Comparison of the linear and nonlinear optical properties of poly(p-phenylenevinylene)/sol-gel composites derived from tetramethoxysilane and methyltrimethoxysilane.
Chem.Mater., 1996, 8, 2586-2594

42. R.A.van de Leest, M.J.A.Horikx, P.W.H.Hermans
Photodesorption studies on thin film sol-gel systems.
Appl.Surf.Sci., 1996, 106, 412-417

43. C.L.Wamboldt, S.S.Saavedra
Iodide fluorescence quenching of sol-gel immobilized BSA.
J.Sol-Gel Sci.Technol., 1996, 7, 53-57

44. Z.Chen, D.L.Kaplan, K.Yang, J.Kumar, K.A.Marx, S.K.Tripathy
Phycobiliproteins encapsulated in sol-gel glass.
J.Sol-Gel Sci.Technol., 1996, 7, 99-108

45. D.H.Choi, S.J.Lim, W.S.Jahng, N.Kim
Organically modified sol-gel materials for second-order nonlinear optics.
Thin Solid Films, 1996, 287, 220-224

46. P.Audebert, F.Bresson, P.Devilliers, G.Tribillon
Inclusion of fluorophores in hybrid sol-gel coatings. Application to in situ temperature measurements.
Synth.Metals, 1996, 81, 315-

47. M.A.Meneses-Nava, S.Chavez-Cerda, J.J.Sanchez-Mondragon
Quantum yields of sol-gel glasses and PMMA/sol-gel composites doped with quinine sulfate.
Proc.SPIE-Int.Soc.Opt.Eng., 1996, 2778, 395-396

48. G.C.Righini, A.Verciani, S.Pelli, M.Guglielmi, A.Martucci, J.Fick, G.Vitrant
Sol-gel glasses for nonlinear optics.
Pure Appl.Opt., 1996, 5, 655-666

49. C.Sanchez, B.Lebeau
Hybrid organic-inorganic materials with second-order optical nonlinearities synthesized via sol-gel chemistry.
Pure Appl.Opt., 1996, 5, 689-699

50. D.J.Blyth, S.J.Poynter, D.A.Russell
Calcium biosensing with a sol-gel immobilized photoprotein.
Analyst, 1996, 121, 1975-1978

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