Synthesis of Hollow Sphere and 1D Structural Materials by Sol-Gel Process
AbstractThe sol-gel method is a simple and facile wet chemical process for fabricating advanced materials with high homogeneity, high purity, and excellent chemical reactivity at a relatively low temperature. By adjusting the processing parameters, the sol-gel technique can be used to prepare hollow sphere and 1D structural materials that exhibit a wide application in the fields of catalyst, drug or gene carriers, photoactive, sensors and Li-ion batteries. This feature article reviewed the development of the preparation of hollow sphere and 1D structural materials using the sol-gel method. The effects of calcination temperature, soaking time, pH value, surfactant, etc., on the preparation of hollow sphere and 1D structural materials were summarized, and their formation mechanisms were generalized. Finally, possible future research directions of the sol-gel technique were outlined. View Full-Text
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Li, F.-L.; Zhang, H.-J. Synthesis of Hollow Sphere and 1D Structural Materials by Sol-Gel Process. Materials 2017, 10, 995.
Li F-L, Zhang H-J. Synthesis of Hollow Sphere and 1D Structural Materials by Sol-Gel Process. Materials. 2017; 10(9):995.Chicago/Turabian Style
Li, Fa-Liang; Zhang, Hai-Jun. 2017. "Synthesis of Hollow Sphere and 1D Structural Materials by Sol-Gel Process." Materials 10, no. 9: 995.
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