12th INTERNATIONAL CERAMICS CONGRESS Proceedings of the 12 by Edited by Pietro VINCENZINI World Academy of Ceramics and PDF

By Edited by Pietro VINCENZINI World Academy of Ceramics and National Research Council, Italy Co-edited by Ralf RIEDEL Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany Alexander G. MERZHANOV ISMAN, Russia Chang-Chun

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H. Doughty, T. Takamura, Z. Zhang and B. Scrosati, Mater. Res. , Pittsburg, PA (1998), p. 347. [2] F. Croce, A. Deptula, W. Łada, R. Marassi, T. Olczak and F. Ronci: Ionics Vol. 3 (1997), p. 390 [3] F. Croce, A. D’Epifanio, F. Ronci, A. Deptula, W. Lada, A. Ciancia, A. Di Bartolomeo and A. H. -P. Brack, K. Naoi and L. F. Nazar, Mater. Res. , Pittsburg, PA (1998), p. 97. [4] A. Deptuła, W. Łada, F. Croce, A. D'Epifanio, A. Di Bartolomeo, A. Brignocchi and T. Olczak: J. New Mater. Electrochem. Syst.

A xerogel or an aerogel is obtained, if the gel is dried at ambient pressure or in supercritical conditions, respectively. 02 W/mK) and high transparency (~ 90 %). These unique properties allow their use as thermal or acoustic insulators, dielectric or optical materials, filters and catalysts [1,2]. However, they are brittle, absorb moisture and deteriorate with time. Less dense, flexible and hydrophobic xerogels/aerogels would improve the performance of these materials, for example, in Space applications.

Res. , Pittsburg, PA (1998), p. 97. [4] A. Deptuła, W. Łada, F. Croce, A. D'Epifanio, A. Di Bartolomeo, A. Brignocchi and T. Olczak: J. New Mater. Electrochem. Syst. Vol. 6 (2003), p. 39 [5] A. Deptuła, W. Łada, F. B. Appetecchi, A. Ciancia, L. Giorgi, A. Brignocchi and A. Di Bartolomeo, in: New Materials for Fuel Cell and Modern Battery Systems II, edited by O. R. Roberge, Ed. de l'Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal, Quebec, Canada (1997), p. 732. [6] A. Deptuła, T. Olczak, W. Łada, A. Ciancia, L.

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