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aer·o·gel

 (âr′ə-jĕl′)
n.
A highly porous solid formed from a gel, such as silica gel, in which the liquid is replaced with a gas.

aerogel

(ˈɛərəˌdʒɛl)
n
(Elements & Compounds) a colloid that has a continuous solid phase containing dispersed gas
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Epoxy composites were prepared by adding a predetermined amount of hydrophobic silica aerogel powder (SIL-16-AP, Active Aerogels) or hollow glass microspheres (Q-CEL 300, Potters) to an epoxy adhesive (EPO-TEK 310M-1, Epoxy Technology).
International Resource News-July 18, 2017--Aspen Aerogels introduces Pyrogel(R) HPS
In this study, a kind of nanocomposite was prepared using nanocellulose fibril (NCF) aerogels derived from processed bamboo residues composed mainly of parenchymal cells.
Aerogels are materials having a remarkable porous structure with pores filled with air rather than liquid [1].
[USPRwire, Fri Jul 19 2019] Aerogels are extremely versatile materials that exhibit exceptional properties such as low density, acoustic & thermal damping, high porosity and electrical conductivity, to name a few.
[ClickPress, Fri Jul 19 2019] Aerogels are extremely versatile materials that exhibit exceptional properties such as low density, acoustic & thermal damping, high porosity and electrical conductivity, to name a few.
Silica aerogels are 97 percent porous, meaning light moves through the material but the interconnecting nanolayers of silicon dioxide infrared radiation and greatly slow the conduction of heat.
Aspen Aerogels Inc has been awarded a new contract to supply CryogelZ aerogel insulation to the PTT LNG Nong Fab LNG Receiving Terminal Project in Thailand.
Aspen Aerogels announced that it has been awarded a new contract to supply Cryogel Z aerogel insulation to the PTT LNG Nong Fab LNG Receiving Terminal Project in Thailand.
M2 EQUITYBITES-April 3, 2019-BASF and Aspen Aerogels announce expansion of strategic partnership
Global Banking News-April 3, 2019-BASF and Aspen Aerogels announce expansion of strategic partnership
11, 2018), "Polymer Cellulose Nanocrystal Composite Aerogels," Baochau Nguyen, Mary Ann Meador, Stuart Rowan, and Elvis Cudjoe (Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, and NASA, Washington, D.C.)