Hybrid materials are chemical compounds or composite that is constituted of nanometers. In many situations, they are composed of inorganic and organic components that are integrated into the design. This mixing of the compounds is used in the macroscopic levels. These are then found to exhibit characteristics that are a combination of two original phases and newer properties.
Some hybrid materials are found in nature and have a number of commercial or industrial purposes. However, many of the components that are designed for industrial applications are found to be a prepared in the industries. The nanocomposite materials that are used are a combination of inorganic and organic structural compounds which are found to have originated from the composite properties. In other words, the original characteristic feature of the compounds is found to exist in the Nano composite. When a newer characteristic feature is found to develop from the mixture, the product is considered to be a hybrid material.
In this analysis, the Phenyltriethoxysilane will be probed in detail. This has been used as an intermediary compound for many commercial applications.