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Ceramic synthesis from condensed phases/ChemTexts (2016) 2:6
Isabel Gonzalo-Juan • Ralf Riedel
Abstract. Advanced ceramics have progressed significantly in the last few years. This progress is closely related to the development of new synthetic routes providing not only the preparation of known materials with improved properties, but also the discovery of novel compounds. This chapter gives an overview of established synthetic methods to prepare oxide- and non-oxide-based ceramics from precursors in condensed phases. Typical synthetic strategies performed either in liquid or solid phases are summarized. In addition, innovative synthesis methods such as sol–gel and polymer-derived pyrolysis technique to develop advanced ceramics with exceptional properties are considered.
7th German-Russian Travelling Seminar “Nanomaterials and scattering methods”/
Ekaterinburg – Kazan – Dubna – Moscow, 10th–22nd Sept 2017.
Organized by the Institute of Biophysics, University of Erlangen-Nürnberg (Germany),
the Institute of Inorganic Chemistry, University of Bayreuth (Germany), and
the Institute of Solid State Chemistry, UB of the RAS (Ekaterinburg, Russia).
Upon exposure to ultra-intense, hard X-ray pulses, polyatomic molecules containing one heavy atom reach a much higher degree of ionization than do individual heavy atoms, contrary to previous assumptions.