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It is well known that hydroxyl groups of sol-gel materials bring special features to its surface.
Hybrid sol-gel materials can be prepared by incorporating nanoparticle or filler into the polymer matrix.
Using our optimized sol-gel materials [25.5% tetramethoxysilane, 12.5% tetraethoxysilane, 5.0% PEG8000, 10 mmol/L HCl, and 10 mmol/L sodium phosphate (pH 7.5)] (16), we immobilized the marker proteins currently used for HCV diagnosis onto each well of new 96-well chip-format plates.
As senior researcher at Dublin City University, he analysed sol-gel materials for photonics and sensing applications.
In the 3500-3200 [cm.sup.-1] region, the O-H stretching band due to residual water and Si-OH vibration was observed, this is typical in sol-gel materials, and the presence of O-H from methanol groups of the drug contributes to this band.
In most hybrid sol-gel materials, organic polymerization reactions are commonly used to modify materials properties.
The special feature of these systems is that the sol-gel materials are preloaded with various inorganic and organic corrosion inhibitors anchored onto nanoparticles that provide active corrosion protection when the integrity of the coatings is compromised.
Wright, JD, Sommerdijk, NAJM (2001) Sol-Gel Materials, Chemistry and Applications.