Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Materials II

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March 2023
172 pages
  • ISBN978-3-0365-7079-2 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-0365-7078-5 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Materials II that was published in

Chemistry & Materials Science

Let us introduce this new reprint published by MDPI. This volume is the second part of a previous one devoted to Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Materials, published by MDPI in 2021. As expected, these unique ten contributions fully agree with the definition of hybrid material as per the IUPAC (International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry) recommendations, defining hybrid materials as the composed of an intimate mixture of inorganic or both types of components interpenetrating scales of less than one micron. Therefore, the reader may deduce that this definition offers many approximations to investigate in the field. Orrganic-inorganic materials are multi-component systems with at least one of their organic (the polymer) or inorganic components in the nano-metric size domain, which confers the material as a whole greatly enhanced properties respecting the constitutive parts in isolation. The works compiled in this volume are at the forefront of Organic–Inorganic Hybrid material research. So, these ten new articles would provide information and inspiration for future applications in this fantastic and fascinating scientific field.


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hybrids; sol-gel; materials; amino-alcohol; toxicity; polyaniline; mercury; adsorption; MoS2; nanocomposite membrane; membrane distillation; nitrate; sustainable development; simulation; polymerized nanocomposite thin films; photoisomerization processes; trans-cis-isomers; molecular solar thermal energy storage media; photo-switchable thin films; ORMOSILs; xerogels; hybrid materials; chloroalkyltriethoxysilanes; inductive effect; (SiO)x structures; FTIR; n/a; vitrimer; epoxy network; nanocomposite; silica nanoparticles; silicon rubber; nano-Bi2O3; LAC; RPE; HVL; electrospinning; poly(lactic acid); magnesium oxide; oligomer(lactic acid); design of experiments; fluorosilicone; hydroxyl terminated fluoropolysiloxane; antifouling; silicone oil; coatings; PLA; ATBC; MCM-41; plasticizer; nucleating agent; crystallization rate; glass transition; crystalline polymorphs

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