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Functionalization of Zirconium Oxide Surfaces

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This chapter gives an overview of the different strategies of functionalizing zirconium oxide surfaces or related materials by highlighting the synthetic approach and the appropriate techniques for the characterization of the modified surface. It focuses on several examples that might be useful to understand the process of functionalization. Two main approaches are reported, one involving the functionalization during the formation of the bulk ceramic, the second is based on the post-functionalization of the surface. The chapter differentiates two categories of analysis, the one giving proof of the functionalization and the other providing information on the morphology of the material. No morphological analysis can be obtained without electron microscopy. Hybrid materials based on zirconia are becoming a great challenge in material chemistry. Indeed, zirconia with its chemical, optical, biological, and mechanical properties has proved to have a large range of application in lots of fields.
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hal-02891145 , version 1 (06-07-2020)

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Marc Petit, Julien Monot. Functionalization of Zirconium Oxide Surfaces. Charleux, Bernadette and Copéret, Christophe and Lacôte, Emmanuel. Chemistry of Organo-Hybrids, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., pp.168--199, 2014, 978-1-118-87006-8. ⟨10.1002/9781118870068.ch5⟩. ⟨hal-02891145⟩
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