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Inorganic electrides spin-pairing and cluster states in alkali-doped zeolites
Lee James Woodall
Thesis (Ph.D) - University of Birmingham, School of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, 1996.
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Request PDF | Inorganic Electrides Formed by Alkali Metal Addition to Pure Silica Zeolites | Up to 4 Cs or Rb atoms per 32 Si atoms can be incorporated into the channels of the all-silica (SiO2.
Up to 4 Cs or Rb atoms per 32 Si atoms can be incorporated into the channels of the all-silica (SiO2) zeolites ITQ-4 and beta with effective oxidation states of zero.
The optical properties and 29Si MAS NMR spectra suggest partial or complete ionization within the channels to yield M+ ions and relatively free electrons. This view is supported by a published structural model (Petkov, V Cited by: Inorganic electrides are a novel kind of ionic compounds in which the anions are electrons confined in a complex array of cavities or channels and the cations are nanoscale arrays of alkali metal.
Electrides are materials in which alkali metals (Li through Cs) ionize to form bound alkali cations and “excess” electrons.
The electrons reside in large cavities or channels or both in the host lattice. We report here the first synthesis of thermally stable inorganic electrides with cation-to-electron ratios of as in organic electrides. Although alkali metal adducts to alumino Cited by: The first thermally stable inorganic electride consisted of pure silica zeolite ITQ-4 and alkali atom Cs, which was encapsulated inside the 1D zeolite channels .
After this pioneering work. Alkalides and Electrides Last updated; Save as PDF Page ID ; No headers. Another interesting consequence of lattice energies involves the formation of certain salts containing Na-and e-anions. These compounds are known as alkalides and electrides, respectively.
 Most of these compounds have been discovered by Prof. James Dye at Michigan State University. The magnetic and electronic properties of electrides depend on the geometry of the trapping sites and the size of the open channels that connect them. Two extremes are Cs+(crown-5)2e- with nearly isolated trapped electrons and K+(cryptand )e- in which spin-pairing of electrons in adjacent cavities predominates below K.
Over the past decade, several types of organic and inorganic electrides have been synthesized or predicted theoretically, including a roomtemperature stable organic electride (Redko et al.
1 Intwo kinds of electrides (Cs + (crown-6)2e − and K + (crytand )e −) have been synthesized by James L. Dye. 2 Different from the metals, the electrons in electrides are.
Pair your accounts. Export articles to Mendeley. Get article recommendations from ACS based on references in your Mendeley library. electrides and alkalides whose properties warrant further study. Finally, a case is made for new studies of alkali metal solutions (with cation complexants) in the aprotic solvent dimethyl ether (Me20) and for the use of such solutions for inorganic, organometallic and organic synthesis.
The inorganic metal cluster Ca(NH 3) 6 can be obtained by dissolving calcium in ammonia and its structure has been determined by experimental methods. 36–40 However, inorganic magnesium ammine Mg(NH 3) 6 has not been obtained so far. 41 Nevertheless, with the existence of Cl − counterions, Mg(NH 3) 6 Cl 2 can be obtained.
42–46 Li's group. Encyclopedia of Supramolecular Chemistry - Two-Volume Set (Print) DOI link for Encyclopedia of Supramolecular Chemistry - Two-Volume Set (Print).
()—Researchers have brought electrides into the nanoregime by synthesizing the first 2D electride material. Electrides are ionic compounds, which are. Once the crystal structure of a chemical substance is known, many properties can be predicted reliably and routinely.
Therefore if researchers could predict the crystal structure of a material before it is synthesized, they could significantly accelerate the discovery of new materials. In addition, the ability to predict crystal structures at arbitrary conditions of pressure and temperature is. The Basolo and Pearson’s book Mechanisms of Inorganic Reactions () probably marks the beginning of a systematic mechanistic approach to inorganic reactions.
In that period much emphasis was placed on relatively slow substitution reactions at octahedral and square-planar sites, making use of. For most inorganic analytical applications, the ICs are the appropriate choice. However, LC/MS is becoming more important in this area due to high selectivity and sensitivity.
Some good examples inlcude the oxyhalide ions, perchlorate, bromate, iodate, and even bromide and iodide. These are better analyzed using the Alliance HPLC and the Quatro. electrides in which electrons serve as anions and has a low work function ( eV) comparable to those of alkali metals, with chemical and thermal stability.
The encaged electrons can also be replaced by H-ions by thermal treatment in H2 atmosphere. The electrons encaged in C12A7:e would be effectively donated to metal Ru. Inorganic Chemistry has developed from the three editions of Alan Sharpe’s Inorganic Chemistry and builds upon the success of this text.
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These compounds are inorganic; that is, they do not contain both hydrogen and carbon. Water is a lubricant and cushion, a heat sink, a component of liquid mixtures, a byproduct of dehydration synthesis reactions, and a reactant in hydrolysis reactions.About the book Inorganic chemistry is an extensive subject that at first sight can seem daunting.
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