Phase transformation of nanostructured oxide materials can be achieved using sol–gel chemistry and ultrasonic assistance. Varying sonic energy, yield of the transformation process is increased.
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Since the inception of the highly successful Sol-Gel Workshop series in Padova during 1981, sol-gel science and technology has evolved from its origins within traditional materials science (mainly glass and ceramics) to become an extraordinarily multidisciplinary area of research, spanning chemistry, physics, biology, materials science and nanotechnology.
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