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Synthesis and properties of a thermochromic spin crossover FeII complex : An undergraduate coordination chemistry laboratory experiment.
Synthesis and properties of a thermochromic spin crossover FeII complex: An undergraduate coordination chemistry laboratory experiment.
A general route to nanostructured M[V3O8] and Mx[V6016] (x = 1 and 2) and their first evaluation for building enzymatic biosensors
Ultrasound-assisted synthesis of mesoporous zirconia-hydroxyapatite nanocomposites and their dual surface affinity for Cr(3+)/Cr(2)O(7)(2-) ions.
Improving bacteria viability in metal oxide hosts via an alginate-based hybrid approach.
Improving silica matrices for encapsulation of Escherichia coli using osmoprotectors.
How to design cell-based biosensors using the sol-gel process.
Pyridine and phenol removal using natural and synthetic apatites as low cost sorbents: influence of porosity and surface interactions.
Bacteria encapsulation in colloïdal inorganic matrices : Is it a general method?
Bacteria encapsulation in a magnetic sol-gel matrix
Organically modified porous hydroxyapatites : a comparison between alkylphosphonate grafting and citrate chelation.
Sol-gel encapsulation of cells is not limited to silica : bacteria long-term viability in alumina matrices.
Bacteria quorum sensingin silica matrices
One-pot synthesis ofphenyl- and amine-functionalized silica fibers through the use of anthracenicand phenazinic organogelators.
Assembly of a polyoxometalate into an anisotropic gel
Template growth of alumina based fibersthrough the use of anthracenic organogelators
A sol-gel matrix topreserve the viability of encapsulated bacteria
Design of organicallyfunctionalised hybrid silica fibres through the use of anthracenic organogelators
Titania/Polypyrrole Hybrid NanocompositesBuilt from In-Situ Generated Organically Functionalized Nanoanatase BuildingBlocks.
Viability of bacteria in hybrid aqueous silica gels.
Templated growth o f alumina-based fibers through the use of anthracenic organogelators.
Chemical sensors of monocyclic aromatic hydrocarbons based on sol-gel materials : synthesis, structural characterization and molecular interactions.
Living bacteria in silica gels.
Biomimetic self-activated formation of multi-scale porous silica in the presence of arginine-based surfactants.
Encapsulation of biomolecules in silica gels.
Sol-gel encapsulation of bacteria : a comparison betweeen alkoxide and aqueous routes.
Bio-encapsulation within sol-gel glasses.
Sol-Gel entrapment of Escherichia coli.
Organogelators as templates for making porous sol-gel derived silica at two different length scales.
323 Sol-Gel synthesis of oxide materials