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Titanium ethoxide [Ti(OEt)4] used in the preparation of organic-inorganic hybrid materials.

Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation
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Aminobenzoic acid (AB) or aminosalicylic acid (AS) was used to modify Titanium ethoxide [Ti(OEt)4] to manage hydrolysis and condensation rates and to prepare the organic-inorganic hybrid materials. To test the structure and morphology of the hybrid material and the effects of the organic functional groups in sol-gel-processed hybrid TiO2 materials, several techniques were used, which included Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy, NMR, SEM, thermogravimetric analysis, and X-ray diffraction.
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