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334 Newest Publications about the topic solutionrss
19-Dec-2014 | Johannes Noack, Frank Rosowski, Robert Schloegl, Annette Trunschke, ChemInform, 2014
Abstract In situ Raman spectroscopy is applied to investigate the speciation of molybdates under hydrothermal conditions in 0.2 M aqueous solution of (NH4)6Mo7O24 (autoclave, 20—200 °C, pH 1—7).
19-Dec-2014 | Jin Yang, Beibei Chen, Haojie Song, Hua Tang, Changsheng Li, ChemInform, 2014
Abstract Two‐dimensional Ti3C2 is prepared by exfoliation of Ti3AlC2 powders (obtained by sintering of Ti, Al, and graphite at 1350 °C for 2 h under flowing Ar) with HF solution at room temperature for 20 h.
19-Dec-2014 | Neeraj Gupta, Apoorva Thakur, Pushpa Bhardwaj, ChemInform, 2014
Abstract The conversion of primary and secondary organic alcohols and halides to their corresponding aldehydes or ketones is described using quinolinium chlorochromate in aqueous medium without any cosolvent.
19-Dec-2014 | Martin Meier, Victoria Faupel, Nikolaus Korber, ChemInform, 2014
Abstract CsP7 is prepared via a solution reaction of Cs3P11 and Te (molar ratio of 2:1) in liquid NH3 (195 K, storage for several weeks at 235 K).
11-Dec-2014 | Tanja Schustereit, Thomas Schleid, Ingo Hartenbach, ChemInform, 2014
Abstract Single crystals of the title compounds are prepared by dropwise combination of an alkaline aqueous solution containing MoO3 and NaOH (pH 14) with an acidic aqueous solution of Ln(NO3)3 (Ln: Ce—Nd) and NaF (pH 4) followed by thermal treatment of the obtained gel at 850 °C for 24 h in ...
11-Dec-2014 | Frank Tambornino, Constantin Hoch, ChemInform, 2014
Abstract KHg6 is prepared by isothermal electrocrystallization in a solution of KI in DMF at 343 K using a reactive Hg infiltrated amalgamated Cu spoon cathode.
04-Dec-2014 | Zhenggang Li, Alvic Lim Kar Lui, Kwan Hang Lam, Lifei Xi, Yeng Ming Lam, ChemInform, 2014
Abstract Kesterite Cu2ZnSnS4 nanoparticles, wurtzite Cu2ZnSnS4 nanoparticles, as well as Cu2ZnSnS4 particles with a mixture of both structures are prepared by hot injection of the sulfur source into an oleylamine (OA) solution of Cu(OAc)2, ZnCl2, and SnCl4 using elemental sulfur, ...
27-Nov-2014 | Rong Yi, Gang Ye, Fengcheng Wu, Mingfen Wen, Xiaogui Feng, Jing Chen, ChemInform, 2014
Abstract Fe3O4@SiO2@KTiFC (KTiFC: potassium titanium ferrocyanide) particles are prepared from mixtures of Fe3O4@SiO2 in H2O, hydroxypropyl cellulose, and Ti(OBu)4 in EtOH (reflux, 85°C, 150 min), followed by soaking the obtained product in a HCl solution of K4Fe(CN)6 (stirring for 5 h).
27-Nov-2014 | Lukas Krivosudsky, Peter Schwendt, Robert Gyepes, Juraj Filo, ChemInform, 2014
Abstract (NMe4)4 [V12O30F4(H2O)2] ·9H2O is synthesized from V2O5 dissolved in a solution of NMe4OH (ice bath), followed by addition of H2O2 and HF solutions (4 °C, 6 d, 12% yield).
27-Nov-2014 | Lingyun Li, Yan Yu, Guofu Wang, Lizhen Zhang, ChemInform, 2014
Abstract A Cr3+‐doped Li2Mg2(WO4)3 crystal with dimension of 40 x 10 mm2 is prepared by the top‐seeded solution growth method from a mixture of Li2Mg2(WO4)3, Li2WO4, WO3, and Cr2O3 in a molar ratio of 1:15:4:0.01 (Pt crucible, 1000 °C, 48 h).