Glass Physics and Chemistry

, Volume 37, Issue 6, pp 583–589 | Cite as

Multifunctional hybrid organosilicate materials prepared by the sol-gel method

Proceedings of the First All-Russian Conference “Sol-Gel Synthesis and Study of Inorganic Compounds, Hybrid Functional Materials, and Disperse Systems” (St. Petersburg, Russia, November 22–24, 2010)


It has been shown that a comparison of the calculated parameters of solubility δ, activation energies of structure formation ΔG str, and pH values of combined solutions makes it possible to predict and control the influence of the used chemical reagents on the aggregate stability of the composites and the properties of the synthesized gels. The synthesized gels possess high performance characteristics and can be used as sealing, compacting, and water isolation materials in construction, oil extraction, and other branches of industry.


solubility parameter activation energies of structure formation hybrid gel elasticity liquid glass acrylic acid acrylamide water isolation oil extraction industry 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.V.A. Belyi Metal Polymer Research InstituteNational Academy of Sciences of BelarusGomelBelarus

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