A new route to synthesize new nanosized mixed ligand complexes of Zr(IV) have been investigated by the reaction of zirconium(IV) chloride with 3(2'-hydroxyphenyl)-5-(4-substituted phenyl)pyrazolines and ammonium salts of dithiophosphate, which after being treated with H2S gas acts as a precursor for ZrS2. These complexes have been examined for crystalline/amorphous nature through XRD. The morphology of the complexes was studied by employing XRD which shows that all the complexes are amorphous solid.
Viscoelastic properties of amine-cured epoxytitania composites were investigated. The composites were synthesized by the sol-gel method and analysis of their physico-mechanical properties indicated that higher TiO2 content causes the decrease in glass transition temperature of the composites. Non-linear change of crosslink density with a filler content was observed.
This paper presents some features and applications of sol-gel technology for production of organic mineral hybrid nanocomposites which might be affected. It defines some principles of synthesis and application of hybrid nanomaterials in various fields of technology, using specific examples.