Structure and Properties of Vanadium Pentoxide Gels

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Transition metal oxide gels can be obtained, through a polycondensation process, by acidification of aqueous solutions. Thin layers can be easily deposited onto a substrate. Their electronic and ionic properties could lead to new developments of the sol-gel process. The semiconducting properties of V2O5 gels can be used for antistatic coatings or electrical switching devices. These gels exhibit a lamellar structure and can be described as particle hydrates. They are fast proton conductors and could behave as a host lattice for intercalation.

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Livage, J. Structure and Properties of Vanadium Pentoxide Gels. MRS Online Proceedings Library 32, 125 (1984). https://doi.org/10.1557/PROC-32-125

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