Multifunctional materials: symposium held November 29-December 1, 1989, Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A.
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NANODESIGNING OF MULTIFUNCTIONAL CERAMIC COMPOSITES
NANOCOMPOSITES THE MULTIFUNCTIONAL FAMILY OF MATERIALS
MULTIFUNCTIONAL SILICA OPTICS
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1990 Materials Research acid aligned applications block copolymer calculated ceramic Chem chemical Chemistry coating coefficient components composite compounds compressive strength concentration density device diblock dielectric diopside dipole effect electrical electro-optic coefficient electroactive electron ether experimental ferroelastic ferroelectric ferroic fibers Figure frequency function gel-silica gels glass groups H-aligned Hq/Bp increase inorganic interactions ISBN laser lattice model liquid crystalline magnetic Materials Research Society matrix measured melt mesogenic method microstructure mlcrocomposlte molecular weight molecules monomer morphology nanocomposites nonlinear optical observed oligomers optical nonlinearity optical properties organic orientation P.N. Prasad particles PBZT phase diagram phosphazene photoconductor Phys piezoelectric PMMA poling poly(arylene polyimide polymer polymerization pore prepared Proc processing pyroelectric ratio reaction rods sample shown side chain silica sol-gel solid solution solvent spectra spin coating structure substrate superconducting surface Symp synthesis Table temperature thermal thin films transition triblock ultrastructure volume fraction waveguide