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  1. Sol-gel synthesis of yttria stabilized zirconia membranes through controlled hydrolysis of zirconium alkoxide 
  2. Changrong, X, and all, Journal of membrane science. 162, N° 1, (1999), 181
  3. Kinetics of the Early Stages of the Sol -- Gel Process, I. Method of Studying Hydrolysis Kinetics of Silicon Alkoxides 
    Rakhimov, V I, and all, The Soviet journal of glass physics and chemistry. 25, N° 2, (1999), 176
  4. Size-controlled synthesis of nanocrystalline BaTiO3 by a sol-gel type hydrolysis in microemulsion-provided nanoreactors 
    Beck, Ch, and all, Journal of materials research. 13, N° 11, (1998), 3174
  5. Hydrolysis catalyst effect on sol-gel silica structure 
    Asomoza, M, and all, Materials letters. 36, N° 5-6, (1998), 249
  6. Tetragonal Nanophase Stabilization in Nondoped Sol-Gel Zirconia Prepared with Different Hydrolysis Catalysts 
    Bokhimi, X, and all, Journal of solid state chemistry. 135, N° 1, (1998), 28
  7. 29Si NMR study of the hydrolysis and condensation of epoxs sol-gel solution 
    Lan, Luo, and all, Gazzetta chimica Italiana. 127, N° 9, (1997), 505
  8. Catalytic Hydrolysis of Dichlorodifluoromethane (CFC-12) on Sol-Gel-Derived Titania Unmodified and Modified with H2 SO4 
    Fu, Xianzhi, and all, Journal of catalysis. 168, N° 2, (1997), 482
  9. Effect of hydrolysis catalyst on the Ti deficiency and crystallite size of sol-gel-TiO2 crystalline phases 
    Bokhimi, and all, Journal of materials research. 10, N° 11, (1995), 2788
  10. Fabrication of Pb(Ti, Zr)O3 Ceramics Fibers by Sol-gel Processing--Viscosity Change and Spinnability of Pb, Ti, Zr complex Alkoxide Solutions on Hydrolysis and Morphology of Pb (Ti, Zr)O 3) Ceramics Fibers 
    Toyoda, Masahiro, and all, Nihon Kagakkai shi = Nippon Kagaku Kaishi. N° 2, (1995), 150
  11. Monte Carlo simulation of the sol-gel process for the hydrolysis and polycondensation of tin tetra-n-butoxide 
    Murakami, Y, and all, Catalysis today. 23, N° 4, (1995), 383
  12. The Time Evolution of the Sol-Gel Process, 29Si NMR Study of Hydrolysis and Condensation Reactions of Tetramethoxysilane 
    Mazur, M., and all, Applied magnetic resonance. 16, N° 4, (1999), 547
  13. Porous Zirconia Membrane by Sol-gel Method Using Homogeneous Hydrolysis Technique 
    Huang, C.-C., and all, Journal of the Chinese Institute of Chemical Engineers. 28, N° 1, (1997), 61
  14. Investigation of Hydrolysis and Condensation in Organically Modified Sol-Gel Systems, 29SI NMR and the INEPT Sequence 
    Alam, T. M., and all, Materials Research Society symposia proceedings. 435, (1996), 421
  15. Fabrication of PbTiO3 Ceramics Fibers by Sol-gel Processing-Viscosity Change and Spinnability of Lead Titanium Double Alkoxide Solutions on Hydrolysis 
    Toyoda, M., and all, Nihon Kagakkai shi = Nippon Kagaku Kaishi. N° 12, (1994), 1118
  16. Crystalline Structure of MgO Prepared by the Sol-Gel Technique with Different Hydrolysis Catalysts Bokhimi 
    Bokhimi, and all, Journal of solid state chemistry. 115, N° 2, (1995), 411
  17. Crystalline Structure of MgO Prepared by the Sol-Gel Technique with Different Hydrolysis Catalysts Bokhimi 
    Bokhimi, and all, Journal of solid state chemistry. 115, N° 2, (1995), 411
  18. Effect of hydrolysis water on the preparation of nano-crystalline titania powders via a sol-gel process 
    Ding, X.-Z., and all, Journal of materials science letters. 14, N° 1, (1995), 21
  19. Application of Controlled Hydrolysis of Titanium(IV) Isopropoxide to Produce Sol-Gel-Derived Thin Films 
    Dunuwila, D. D., and all, Chemistry of materials , a publication of the American Chemical Society. 6, N° 9, (1994), 1556
  20. The Chemistry of Hydrolysis and Condensation of Silica Sol-Gel Precursors 
    Coltrain, B. K., and all, Advances in chemistry series. 234, (1994), 403
  21. The hydrolysis of oligomer intermediates in the sol-gel process. 
    Damrau, U., and all, Journal of non-crystalline solids. 168, N° 1-2, (1994), 42
  22. The influence of water of hydrolysis on microstructural development in sol-gel derived LiNbO3 thin films. 
    Joshi, Vikram, and all, Journal of materials research. 8, N° 10, (1993), 2668-2678
  23. Effect of hydrolysis water on the crystallization of sol-gel derived GeO2. 
    Kanno, Y., and all, Journal of materials science letters. 12, N° 2, (1993), 110
  24. Formation of porous metal oxides via sol-gel type hydrolysis of metal alkoxide complexes modified with organic templates. 
    Roger, C., and all, Journal of materials chemistry. 2, N° 10, (1992), 1111
  25. Sol-Gel Approach to Synthesis of Mo 2 O 3. MoO(OH) and Other Intermediates from Hydrolysis of Molybdenum(III) Alkoxides and Mo 2 (NMe 2) 6. 
    Hollingshead, Judith A., and all, Chemistry of materials , a publication of the American Chemical Society. 5, N° 11, (1993), 1600-1604
  26. Influence of Steric Effects on the Kinetics of Ethyltrimethoxysilane Hydrolysis in a Fast Sol-Gel System. 
    Chambers, R. Carlisle, and all, Chemistry of materials , a publication of the American Chemical Society. 5, N° 10, (1993), 1481-1486
  27. Surface Raman Scattering of Self-Assembled Monolayers of (3-Mercaptopropyl)-trimethoxysilane on Silver, Orientational Effects of Hydrolysis and Condensation Reactions. 
    Thompson, Wade R., and all, Chemistry of materials , a publication of the American Chemical Society. 5, N° 3, (1993), 241-244
  28. Magnesium Methoxide Derived Catalysis of Transesterification, Hydrolysis, and Condensation of Si(OMe)4 in the Sol-Gel Syntheses of Magnesium Silicates. 
    Yeager, Kirk E., and all, Chemistry of materials , a publication of the American Chemical Society. 3, N° 3, (1991), 387
  29. Hydrolysis and Condensation Kinetics of Dimeric Sol-Gel Species by sup 29 Si NMR Spectroscopy. 
    Doughty, Daniel H., and all, Advances in chemistry series. 224, (1990), 241-250
  30. The solid state and solution structures of tin(IV) alkoxide compounds and their use as precursors to form tin oxide ceramics via sol-gel-type hydrolysis and condensation. 
    Hampden-Smith, M. J., and all, Coordination chemistry reviews. 112, (1992), 81-116