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Functionalized Inorganic Fluorides: Synthesis, Characterization & Properties of Nanostructured Solids covers several classes of nanostructured and functionalized inorganic fluorides, oxide-fluorides, and fluorinated oxides such as silica and alumina. Ranging from powders or glass-ceramics to thin layers and coatings, they have applications as more efficient and less aggressive catalysts, UV absorbers, planar optical waveguides, integrated lasers and optical amplifiers, luminescent materials, anti-reflective coatings and high Tc superconductors. With a focus on new types of solids, such as…mehr

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Functionalized Inorganic Fluorides: Synthesis, Characterization & Properties of Nanostructured Solids covers several classes of nanostructured and functionalized inorganic fluorides, oxide-fluorides, and fluorinated oxides such as silica and alumina. Ranging from powders or glass-ceramics to thin layers and coatings, they have applications as more efficient and less aggressive catalysts, UV absorbers, planar optical waveguides, integrated lasers and optical amplifiers, luminescent materials, anti-reflective coatings and high Tc superconductors. With a focus on new types of solids, such as nanopowders, hybrids, mesoporous fluorides, and intercalation compounds, the book covers new synthesis routes; physical-chemical characterizations - including morphology, structure, spectroscopic and optical behaviour; detailed ab initio investigations and simulations; and -last but not least- potential applications.
  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: John Wiley & Sons / PAPERBACKSHOP UK IMPORT
  • Seitenzahl: 591
  • Erscheinungstermin: Juni 2010
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 251mm x 174mm x 40mm
  • Gewicht: 1127g
  • ISBN-13: 9780470740507
  • ISBN-10: 0470740507
  • Artikelnr.: 28707823
Inhaltsangabe
Preface List of Contributors 1 Sol-Gel Synthesis of Nano-Scaled Metal Fluorides - Mechanism and Properties Erhard Kemnitz
Gudrun Scholz
Stephan Rüdiger 1.1 Introduction 1.2 Fluorolytic sol-gel synthesis References 2 Microwave-Assisted Route Towards Fluorinated Nanomaterials Damien Dambournet
Alain Demourgues and Alain Tressaud 2.1 Introduction 2.2 Introduction to Microwave Synthesis 2.3 Preparation of Nanosized Metal Fluorides 2.4 Concluding remarks Acknowledgements References 3 High Surface Area Metal Fluorides as Catalysts Erhard Kemnitz
Stephan Rüdiger 3.1 Introduction 3.2 High Surface Area Aluminium Fluoride as Catalyst 3.3 Host-Guest Metal Fluoride Systems 3.4 Hydroxy(oxo)fluorides as bi-acidic catalysts 3.5 Oxidation Catalysis 3.6 Metal Fluoride Supported Noble Metal Catalysts References 4 Investigation of surface acidity using a range of probe molecules Alexandre Vimont
Marco Daturi and John M. Winfield 4.1 Introduction 4.2 Characterisation of Acidity on a Surface: Contrasts with Molecular Fluorides 4.3 Experimental Methodology 4.4 Experimental Studies of Surface Acidity 4.5 Conclusions References 5 Probing short and medium range order in Al-based fluorides using high resolution solid state nuclear magnetic resonance and parameter modelling Christophe Legein
Monique Body
Jean-Yves Buzaré
Charlotte Martineau and Gilles Silly 5.1 Introduction 5.2 High Resolution NMR Techniques 5.3 Application to Functionalized Al-Based Fluorides with catalytic properties 5.4 Alkali and Alkaline-earth Fluoroaluminates: Model Compounds for modelling of NMR Parameters 5.5 Conclusion References 6 Predictive Modelling of Aluminium Fluoride Surfaces Christine. L. Bailey
Sanghamutra Mukhopadhyay
Adrian Wander
Barry G. Searle and Nicholas M. Harrison 6.1 Introduction 6.2 Methodology 6.3 Geometric Structure of ± and ²-AIF3 6.4 Characterisation of AlF3 Surfaces 6.5 Surface Composition under Reaction Conditions 6.6 Characterisation of Hydroxylated Surfaces 6.7 Surface Catalysis 6.8 Conclusions Acknowledgements References 7 Inorganic Fluoride materials from Solvay-Fluor and their industrial applications Placido Garcia Juan
Hans-Walter Swidersky
Thomas Schwarze and Johannes Eicher 7.1 Introduction 7.2 Hydrogen Fluoride 7.3 Elemental fluorine
F2 7.4 Iodine pentafluoride
IF5 7.5 Sulfur hexafluoride
SF6 7.6 Ammonium bifluoride
NH4HF2 7.7 Potassium fluorometalates
KZnF3 and K2SiF6 7.8 Cryolite and related Hexafluoroaluminates
Na3AlF6
Li3AlF6
K3AlF6 7.9 Potassium fluoroborate
KBF4 7.10 Fluoboric acid
HBF4 7.11 Barium fluoride
BaF2 7.12 Synthetic Calcium fluoride
CaF2 7.13 Sodium fluoride
NaF 7.14 Sodium bifluoride
NaHF2 7.15 Potassium bifluoride
KHF2 7.16 Potassium fluoroaluminate
KAlF4 7.17 Fluoroaluminate fluxes in Aluminum brazing 7.18 Summary References 8 New nanostructured fluorocompounds as UV absorbers Alain Demourgues
Laetitia Sronek and Nicolas Penin 8.1 Introduction 8.2 Synthesis of tetravalent Ce and Ti-based oxyfluorides 8.3 Chemical compositions and structural features of Ce and Ti-based oxyfluorides: 8.4 UV shielding properties of divided oxyfluorides 8.5 Conclusion Acknowledgements References 9 Oxyfluoride transparent glass-ceramics Michel Mortier and Géraldine Dantelle 9.1 Introduction 9.2 Synthesis 9.3 Different systems 9.4 Thermal characterisation 9.5 Morphology of the separated phases 9.6 Optical properties of glass-ceramics 9.7 Conclusion References 10 Sol-Gel Route to Inorganic Fluoride Nanomaterials with Optical Properties Shinobu Fujihara 10.1 Introduction 10.2 Principle of a Sol-Gel Method 10.3 Fluorinating Reagents and Method of Fluorination 10.4 Control of Shapes and Microstructures 10.5 Optical Properties 10.6 Concluding Remarks References 11 Fluoride glasses and planar optical waveguides Brigitte Boulard 11.1 Introduction 11.2 Rare earth in fluoride glasses 11.3 Fabrication of waveguides: a review 11.4 Performances of active waveguides 11.5 Fluoride transparent glass-ceramics: an emerging material 11.6 Conclusion References 12 Polyanion condensation in inorganic and hybrid fluoroaluminates Karim Adil
Amandine Cadiau
Annie Hemon-Ribaud
Marc Leblanc and Vincent Maisonneuve 12.1 Introduction 12.2 Synthesis 12.3 Extended finite polyanions (0D) 12.4 1D networks 12.5 2D networks 12.6 3D networks 12.7 Evolution of the condensation of inorganic polyanions Acknowledgements Supplementary materials References 13 Synthesis
structure and superconducting/magnetic properties of Cu- and Mn- based oxyfluorides Evgeny V. Antipov and Artem M. Abakumov 13.1 Introduction 13.2 Chemical aspects of fluorination of complex oxides 13.3 Structural aspects of fluorination of complex cuprates and superconducting properties 13.4 Fluorination of manganites 13.5 Conclusions References 14 Doping Influence on the Defect Structure and Ionic Conductivity of Fluorine- Containing Phases Elena I. Ardashnikova
V. A. Prituzhalovand I. B. Kutsenok 14.1 Introduction 14.2 Influence of Oxygen Ions on Fluoride Properties 14.3 Cation Doping of Fluorides 14.4 Active Lone Electron Pair of Cations and Ionic Conductivity 14.5 Peculiarities of the Defect Structure of Nonstoichiometric Fluorite-like Phases 14.6 Ionic Transfer in Fluorite-like Phases 14.7 Peculiarities of the Defect Structure of Nonstoichiometric Tysonite-like Phases 14.8 Ionic Transfer in Tysonite-like Phases 14.9 Conclusions References 15 Hybrid intercalation compounds containing perfluoroalkyl groups Yoshiaki Matsuo 15.1 Introduction 15.2 Preparation and properties of intercalation compounds containing perfluoroalkyl groups 15.3 Photophysical and photochemical properties of dyes in intercalation compounds containing perfluoroalkyl groups 15.4 Conclusion and future perspectives References 16 The fluoride route: a good opportunity for the preparation of 2D and 3D inorganic microporous frameworks Jean-Louis Paillaud
Philippe Caullet
Jocelyne Brendlé
Angélique Simon- Masseron and Joël Patarin 16.1 Introduction 16.2 Silica-based microporous materials 16.3 Germanium-based microporous materials 16.4 Phosphate-based microporous materials 16.5 Synthetic clays 16.6 Conclusion References 17 Access to Highly Fluorinated Silica by Direct F2 Fluorination Alain Demourgues
Emilie Lataste
Etienne Durand and Alain Tressaud 17.1 Introduction 17.2 Mesoporous silica and fluorination procedure 17.3 About the chemical composition and morphology of highly fluorinated silica 17.4 FTIR analysis 17.5 Thermal stability and water affinity of highly fluorinated silica 17.6 NMR investigations 17.7 Conclusions on the F2-gas fluorination mechanism of mesoporous silica Acknowledgements References 18 Preparation and properties of rare-earth containing oxide fluoride glasses Susumu Yonezawa
Jae-ho Kim and Masayuki Takashima 18.1 Introduction 18.2 Preparation and basic characteristics of oxide fluoride glasses containing LnF3 18.3 Optical and magnetic properties of LnF3-BaF2-AlF3-GeO2 (SiO2) glasses 18.4 Conclusions References 19 Switchable hydrophobic-hydrophilic fluorinated layer for offset processing Alain Tressaud
Christine Labrugère and Etienne Durand 19.1 Introduction 19.2 The principles of lithographic printing process 19.3 Experimental part 19.4 Various types of surface modifications using fluorinated rf plasmas 19.5 Comparison of surface modifications of porous alumina using various fluorinated media: CF4
C3F8 and c-C4F8 19.6 Conclusions Acknowledgements References