Definitions of terms relating to the structure and processing of sols, gels, networks, and inorganic-organic hybrid materials (IUPAC Recommendations 2007)

@article{Alemn2007DefinitionsOT,
  title={Definitions of terms relating to the structure and processing of sols, gels, networks, and inorganic-organic hybrid materials (IUPAC Recommendations 2007)},
  author={Jos{\'e} V. Alem{\'a}n and Alan V. Chadwick and Jiasong He and Michael James Hess and Kazuyuki Horie and Richard G. Jones and Pavel Kratochv{\'i}l and Ingrid Meisel and Itaru Mita and Graeme Moad and Stanislaw Penczek and Robert F. T. Stepto},
  journal={Pure and Applied Chemistry},
  year={2007},
  volume={79},
  pages={1801 - 1829}
}
This document defines terms related to the structure and processing of inorganic, polymeric, and inorganic-organic hybrid materials from precursors, through gels to solid products. It is divided into four sections - precursors, gels, solids, and processes - and the terms have been restricted to those most commonly encountered. For the sake of completeness and where they are already satisfactorily defined for the scope of this document, terms from other IUPAC publications have been used… 

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