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Investigation on development of advanced materials by solvothermal technique; Sorubo thermal hanno riyo senshin zairyo kaihatsu ni kansuru chosa

Abstract

Solvothermal reaction is reaction under high temperature and high pressure, which is expected to fabricate new functional materials. In this study, the materials are classified into two fields, i.e., inorganic materials, metals and their composites and organic materials and their composites. The current status of R and D of production and processing technology in each field is surveyed and the prospect of it is discussed. For the inorganic materials, metals and their composites, it is explained that very fine metal oxide particles, complex oxides, single crystals, whiskers, compounds with layer structure, metastable compounds, ion conductors and catalysts with high ability could be produced only by controlling the solvothermal reactions in atomic order. For the organic materials and their composites, surveyed results of the solvothermal technique using non-aqueous solutions are mainly provided. The necessity of a national project for researches on the solvothermal reactions is proposed from the viewpoint of resource, environment and energy. 777 refs., 38 figs., 26 tabs.
Authors:
"NONE"
Publication Date:
Mar 01, 1996
Product Type:
Technical Report
Report Number:
NEDO-IT-9507
Reference Number:
SCA: 360000; PA: NEDO-96:820123; EDB-97:002988; NTS-97:004919; SN: 96001702462
Resource Relation:
Other Information: PBD: Mar 1996
Subject:
36 MATERIALS SCIENCE; SOLVOLYSIS; TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE; PRESSURE DEPENDENCE; THERMODYNAMICS; MATERIALS; FUNCTIONALS; COMPOSITE MATERIALS; ORGANIC COMPOUNDS; INORGANIC COMPOUNDS; ELECTROCHEMISTRY; ANODES; OXIDATION; ULTRASONIC MACHINING; PLASMA; MICROWAVE RADIATION; DISSOLUTION; DEPOSITION; HYDROTHERMAL SYNTHESIS
OSTI ID:
402270
Research Organizations:
New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization, Tokyo (Japan)
Country of Origin:
Japan
Language:
Japanese
Other Identifying Numbers:
Other: ON: DE97717519; TRN: 96:820123
Availability:
Available from Office of Scientific and Technical Information, P.O.Box 1000, Oak Ridge Tennessee 37831, USA; OSTI as DE97717519
Submitting Site:
NEDO
Size:
162 p.
Announcement Date:

Citation Formats

Investigation on development of advanced materials by solvothermal technique; Sorubo thermal hanno riyo senshin zairyo kaihatsu ni kansuru chosa. Japan: N. p., 1996. Web.
Investigation on development of advanced materials by solvothermal technique; Sorubo thermal hanno riyo senshin zairyo kaihatsu ni kansuru chosa. Japan.
1996. "Investigation on development of advanced materials by solvothermal technique; Sorubo thermal hanno riyo senshin zairyo kaihatsu ni kansuru chosa." Japan.
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title = {Investigation on development of advanced materials by solvothermal technique; Sorubo thermal hanno riyo senshin zairyo kaihatsu ni kansuru chosa}
abstractNote = {Solvothermal reaction is reaction under high temperature and high pressure, which is expected to fabricate new functional materials. In this study, the materials are classified into two fields, i.e., inorganic materials, metals and their composites and organic materials and their composites. The current status of R and D of production and processing technology in each field is surveyed and the prospect of it is discussed. For the inorganic materials, metals and their composites, it is explained that very fine metal oxide particles, complex oxides, single crystals, whiskers, compounds with layer structure, metastable compounds, ion conductors and catalysts with high ability could be produced only by controlling the solvothermal reactions in atomic order. For the organic materials and their composites, surveyed results of the solvothermal technique using non-aqueous solutions are mainly provided. The necessity of a national project for researches on the solvothermal reactions is proposed from the viewpoint of resource, environment and energy. 777 refs., 38 figs., 26 tabs.}
place = {Japan}
year = {1996}
month = {Mar}
}