Infrared and thermogravimetric study of high pressure consolidation in alkoxide silica gel powders

@inproceedings{TM2003InfraredAT,
  title={Infrared and thermogravimetric study of high pressure consolidation in alkoxide silica gel powders},
  author={H. T.M. and Costa and M. R. and Gallas and E. V. and Benvenutt and H. J.A. and da Jornada},
  year={2003}
}
  • H. T.M., Costa, +5 authors da Jornada
  • Published 2003
High density, transparent, crack-free and hard compacts of silica gel were produced by compaction under nearly hydrostatic environment at 4.5 GPa, at room temperature. The starting material was used three days after synthesis by hydrolysis of alkoxides without additional treatment. Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR), using the KBr technique and… CONTINUE READING