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TiO2 Nanophases Formed Using the Sol-Gel Technique

  • T. López (a1), R. Gómez (a1), J. L. Boldú (a2), E. Muñoz (a2), Bokhimi (a2) and O. Novaro (a2)...

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We have prepared nanoparticles of titania using the sol-gel technique. The samples were characterized by FTIR, DTA, TGA, EPR and XRD. The properties observed with these techniques are correlated in the temperature region between 200 and 800°C. The Ti-OH bonds are basic to interpret this correlation.

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TiO2 Nanophases Formed Using the Sol-Gel Technique

  • T. López (a1), R. Gómez (a1), J. L. Boldú (a2), E. Muñoz (a2), Bokhimi (a2) and O. Novaro (a2)...

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