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Glass-metal nanocomposites in bulk form by sol-gel route followed by hot pressing

  • S. Roy (a1), A. Chatterjee (a1) and D. Chakravorty (a1)

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Glass-metal nanocomposites involving copper and nickel, respectively, have been synthesized in bulk form by hot pressing sol-gel derived silica-metal nanoparticle composite powders. The particle diameters range from 9 to 17.5 nm. The specimens exhibit the characteristic behavior of the metallic species in their nanocrystalline forms.

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Glass-metal nanocomposites in bulk form by sol-gel route followed by hot pressing

  • S. Roy (a1), A. Chatterjee (a1) and D. Chakravorty (a1)

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