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6. , 1981). 19. g. m long that aggregated to bundles. g. 5% TO for Nd 20 3 at 1373 K. Processes were developed at Harwell for sols of zirconia (Woodhead, 1970), ceria (Woodhead, 1974), indium oxide (Bones & Woodhead, 1974) and titania (Woodhead, 1975). The peptisation process is illustrated for ceria sol preparation. Transmission electron micrographs of unconditioned Ce(IV) hydrate precipitate made by adding a NH 4 0H/H 20 2 mixture to Ce(III) nitrate solution indicated aggregates of 'beads' ca .
Recent studies on the characterisation of oxide sols by neutron scattering techniques have been described by Ramsay (1986) . Examples of porous oxides made from aqueous sols a re spherical powders for chromatographic adsorbents (Ramsay , 1978) and catalyst supports (Cairns , Segal & Woodhead, 1984) . 7Fe204 (Woodhead & Segal , 1985) , Y203stabilised zirconia for engineering ceramic applications (Woodhead, 1984) and crystalline ceramics (Synroc) for solidification of high-level radioactive liquid waste.
The studies on aqueous systems have been extended by Hench (1986) together with co-workers (Orcel & Hench, 1984; Wallace & Hench, 1984) for addition of drying control chemical additives (DCCAs) such as formamide and oxalic acid to alkoxide solutions. 9 illustrates crack-free monoliths made by this method. Detailed mathematical descriptions of drying processes in gels have been given by Scherer (1987) . Stresses responsible for cracking of gels disappear if liquid menisci in pores are eliminated and this can be achieved by using supercritical or hypercritical drying conditions in an autoclave.