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Low Temperature Routes to Inorganic Powders and Structures

In this white paper we discuss the sol-gel process for making ceramics and glasses. We describe the main differences between sol-gel and traditional methods for making these types of materials and the advantages to be gained through utilising the sol-gel method. 

The primary benefit of using a sol-gel method is that it enables the synthesis of inorganic materials at relatively low temperatures, in contrast to more traditional methods of making ceramic and glass products. This in turn offers advantages that are being exploited to develop innovative and applied technologies in a wide variety of industrial sectors. 

This white paper focuses primarily on the applications for new Healthcare materials technologies.

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