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General Introduction

  • Alain C. Pierre
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Abstract

This chapter presents a very short history of sol-gel processing. Gels, sols, and gelation are defined. An outline and a general scheme of sol-gel processing are presented. A few words are given regarding the applications of this class of materials, as well as its advantages and limitations. Finally the general organization of this book is summarized.

Keywords

History Sol-gel scheme Applications Advantages and limitations Book organization 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Alain C. Pierre
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  1. 1.allée des écureuilsUniversité Claude Bernard-Lyon 1ROCHETAILLEE SUR SAONEFrance

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