Yadav, G. D.
June 2006
Chemical Business;Jun2006, Vol. 20 Issue 6, p10
Trade Publication
The article presents abstracts of research on chemical processing and engineering. They include "A new family of oxide ion conductors based on tricalcium oxy-silicate," "Desilication: on the controlled generation of mesoporosity in MFI zeolites," "Drilling nanoholes in colloidal spheres by selective etching," and "Synthesis and microencapsulation of organo-silica particles."


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