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Sol-Gel Technologies for Glass Producers and Users

  • Michel A. Aegerter
  • Martin Mennig

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xx
  2. Wet Chemical Technology

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
  3. Wet Chemical Coating Technologies

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 15-15
    2. Glass Substrates

      1. W. R. Birch
        Pages 19-34
    3. Coating Techniques

      1. J. Puetz, M. A. Aegerter
        Pages 37-48
      2. D. P. Birnie III
        Pages 49-55
      3. H. G. Floch, P. F. Belleville
        Pages 57-61
      4. M. Mennig, C. Fink-Straube
        Pages 63-67
      5. C. Chabrol, E. Rouvière, F. Schuster
        Pages 69-75
      6. M. Langlet
        Pages 77-81
      7. A. Matsuda, M. Tatsumisago
        Pages 83-88
      8. A. Berni, M. Mennig, H. Schmidt
        Pages 89-92
    4. Post-Coating Treatment Techniques

    5. Patterning Techniques

      1. M. Mennig, P. W. Oliveira, H. Schmidt
        Pages 109-115
      2. M. Sauer, S. Meilchen, A. Kalleder, M. Mennig, H. Schmidt
        Pages 117-122
      3. M. Pietsch, M. Mennig
        Pages 123-125
      4. M. A. Aegerter
        Pages 127-130
      5. H. Tomonaga, T. Morimoto
        Pages 131-135
  4. Bulk Glass Technologies

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 137-137
    2. J. B. MacChesney, D. W. Johnson Jr.
      Pages 139-144
    3. M. Yamane
      Pages 145-148
    4. K. Nakanishi
      Pages 149-151
    5. L. L. Hench, E. Fielder
      Pages 153-156
  5. Coating and Material Properties

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 157-157
    2. Passive coatings

      1. M. Mennig, M. Schmitt, C. Fink-Straube, H. Schmidt
        Pages 161-168
      2. J. Puetz, M. A. Aegerter
        Pages 169-174
      3. M. Nogami
        Pages 175-178
      4. S. Pilotek, H. Schmidt
        Pages 179-186
      5. H. Schneider, N. Niegisch, M. Mennig, H. Schmidt
        Pages 187-194
      6. P. W. Oliveira, M. Mennig, M. A. Aegerter, H. Schmidt
        Pages 195-206
      7. M. Kosec, B. Malic
        Pages 207-216
      8. G. Helsch, G. H. Frischat
        Pages 217-221
      9. H. Köstlin
        Pages 223-236
      10. A. Gier, K. Endres, D. Anschütz, M. Mennig, H. Schmidt
        Pages 237-242
      11. M. Pietsch, M. Mennig
        Pages 243-248
    3. Active Coatings

      1. K. Fries, C. Fink-Straube, M. Mennig, H. Schmidt
        Pages 251-259
      2. J. P. Cronin
        Pages 261-269
      3. G. Guzman
        Pages 271-276
      4. A. Georg, W. Graf, U. Opara Krasovec, J. Schulz, B. Orel, V. Wittwer
        Pages 277-281
      5. C. J. Barbé, J. R. Bartlett
        Pages 283-294
      6. T. Watanabe
        Pages 295-302
      7. D. Levy
        Pages 303-306
      8. R. Reisfeld
        Pages 307-311
      9. B. D. MacCraith, C. McDonagh
        Pages 313-320
      10. E. M. Yeatman
        Pages 321-326
      11. E. M. Yeatman
        Pages 327-331
      12. P. Etienne, P. Coudray
        Pages 333-340
    4. Gels, Bulk Materials, Fibers and Powders

      1. C. Guizard
        Pages 343-347

About this book

Introduction

Sol-Gel Techniques for Glass Producers and Users provides technological information, descriptions and characterizations of prototypes, or products already on the market, and illustrates advantages and disadvantages of the sol-gel process in comparison to other methods. The first chapter entitled "Wet Chemical Technology" gives a summary of the basic principles of the sol-gel chemistry. The most promising applications are related to coatings. Chapter 2 describes the various "Wet Chemical Coating Technologies" from glass cleaning to many deposition and post-coating treatment techniques. These include patterning of coatings through direct or indirect techniques which have became very important and for which the sol-gel processing is particularly well adapted. Chapter 3 entitled "Bulk Glass Technologies" reports on the preparation of special glasses for different applications. Chapter 4 entitled "Coatings and Materials Properties" describes the properties of the different coatings and the sol-gel materials, fibers and powders. The chapter also includes a section dedicated to the characterization techniques especially applied to sol-gel coatings and products.

Keywords

Glas Metall glass materials properties sintering sol-gel

Editors and affiliations

  • Michel A. Aegerter
    • 1
  • Martin Mennig
    • 1
  1. 1.Leibniz-Institut fuer Neue Materialien gem, GmbHSaarbrückenGermany

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