Porous Glass and Nanostructured Materials 

Vyacheslav N. Pak, Yulia Yu. Gavronskaya and Tamara M. Burka
Herzen Statå Pådagogiñal Univårsity of Russia, Dåpartmånt of Chåmistry, St. Petersburg, Russia

Series: Materials Science and Technologies
BISAC: TEC021000

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This book examines and systematizes knowledge concerning porous glass materials. Different volumes of pores and the methods of directly synthesizing the glass with predefined sizes are discussed as well. Likewise, the primary approaches on determining parameters of porous structures are a topic of interest within this text. A separate chapter is devoted to properties of porous glass; these include optical, electrical, sensor and transport of it and its materials. Authors provide practical recommendations based on their experience with synthesis as well as handling and applying this specific glass.
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Preface

Introduction

Chapter 1 Synthesis of Porous Glass

Chapter 2 Practical Guidelines for Synthesis of Porous Glass with Pre-defined Porous Structure

Chapter 3 Methods for Determination of Parameters of Porous Structure

Chapter 4 Properties of Porous Glass and PG-based Materials

Conclusion

Acknowledgments

Bibliography

Index

For researchers and specialists, graduate and undergraduate students specializing in chemistry/physics/technology/engineering of nanostructured materials synthesis and application in optics, electronics, membrane technology, catalysis, energy, ecology, medicine.

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