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Tetranuclear Iron Carbonyl Complexes with a Central Tin Atom: Relationship to Iron Carbonyl Carbides

01-Jun-2018 | Xiaoli Gong; Liyao Zhu; Jufeng Zhao; Guangmang Cui; Xinmiao Lu; Yaoming Xie; R. Bruce King, New Journal of Chemistry, 2018

The two tetranuclear iron carbonyl systems EFe4(CO)n (E = Sn, C) containing central group 14 interstitial atoms differ in that spiropentane-like SnFe4(CO)16 has been synthesized in the tin system whereas the butterfly CFe4(CO)13, with three fewer carbonyl groups is the carbonyl-richest ...

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A new structure family of oxide-ion conductors Ca0.8Y2.4Sn0.8O6 discovered by a combined technique of the bond-valence method and experiments

01-Jun-2018 | Ryota Inoue; Kotaro Fujii; Masahiro Shiraiwa; Eiki Niwa; Masatomo Yashima, Dalton Transactions, 2018

Mg3TeO6-type Ca0.8Y2.4Sn0.8O6 has been found as a new structure family of oxide-ion conductors. From bond-valence-based energy (BVE) calculations for 147 compositions, which contain tin (Sn) as an essential element, Mg3TeO6-type Ca0.8Y2.4Sn0.8O6 was found to have a low energy barrier for ...

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A new structure family of oxide-ion conductors Ca0.8Y2.4Sn0.8O6 discovered by a combined technique of the bond-valence method and experiments

01-Jun-2018 | Ryota Inoue; Kotaro Fujii; Masahiro Shiraiwa; Eiki Niwa; Masatomo Yashima, Dalton Transactions, 2018

Mg3TeO6-type Ca0.8Y2.4Sn0.8O6 has been found as a new structure family of oxide-ion conductors. From bond-valence-based energy (BVE) calculations for 147 compositions, which contain tin (Sn) as an essential element, Mg3TeO6-type Ca0.8Y2.4Sn0.8O6 was found to have a low energy barrier for ...

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Thermodynamically accessible titanium clusters TiN, N = 2–32

30-May-2018 | Tomas Lazauskas; Alexey A. Sokol; John Buckeridge; C. Richard A. Catlow; Susanne G. E. T. Escher; Matthew R. Farrow; ..., Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2018

We have performed a genetic algorithm search on the tight-binding interatomic potential energy surface (PES) for small TiN (N = 2–32) clusters. The low energy candidate clusters were further refined using density functional theory (DFT) calculations with the PBEsol exchange–correlation functional ...

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Tin(IV) chalcogenoether complexes as single source precursors for the chemical vapour deposition of SnE2 and SnE (E = S, Se) thin films

29-May-2018 | Chitra Gurnani; Samantha L. Hawken; Andrew L. Hector; Ruomeng Huang; Marek Jura; William Levason; James Perkins; Gil ..., Dalton Transactions, 2018

The molecular Sn(iv) complexes, [SnCl4{nBuS(CH2)3SnBu}] (2), [SnCl4(nBu2S)2] (3) and [SnCl4(nBu2Se)2] (4) have been prepared in good yield from reaction of SnCl4 with the appropriate chalcogenoether ligand in anhydrous hexane and, together with the known [SnCl4{nBuSe(CH2)3SenBu}] (1), employed as ...

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Tin guanidinato complexes: oxidative control of Sn, SnS, SnSe and SnTe thin film deposition

28-May-2018 | Ibrahim Y. Ahmet; Michael S. Hill; Paul R. Raithby; Andrew L. Johnson, Dalton Transactions, 2018

A family of tin(ii) guanidinate complexes of the general form [{RNC(NMe2)NR}2Sn] (R = iPr (6), Cy (7), Tol (9) and Dipp (10)) and [{tBuNC(NMe2)NtBu}Sn{NMe2}] (8) have been synthesised and isolated from the reaction of tin(ii) bis-dimethylamide and a series of carbodiimides (1–5). The cyclic ...

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Identification of a new substrate effect that enhances the electrocatalytic activity of dendritic tin in CO2 reduction

28-May-2018 | Ying Zhang; Xiaolong Zhang; Alan M. Bond; Jie Zhang, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2018

In this study, a selective Sn based catalytic system that electrochemically reduces CO2 to formate has been developed based on a new substrate effect. Dendritic Sn catalysts were synthesised by hydrogen gas bubble assisted electrodeposition on Pt, Cu, Sn or In substrates and applied to ...

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Solution-phase deposition of SnS thin films via thermo-reduction of SnS2

28-May-2018 | Yixin Dong; Gangri Cai; Qi Zhang; Hui Wang; Zhe Sun; Hongyan Wang; Yilei Wang; Song Xue, Chemical Communication, 2018

Here, we demonstrate a novel solution-based route for deposition of tin monosulfide (SnS) thin films, which are emerging, non-toxic absorber materials for low-cost and large-scale PV applications via thermo-reducing Sn(iv) to Sn(ii). Upon optimizing the morphology of the SnS layer via adding a ...

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Novel inorganic tin phosphate gel: multifunctional material

28-May-2018 | Wenyan Huang; Sridhar Komarneni; Young Dong Noh; Jianfeng Ma; Kunfeng Chen; Dongfeng Xue; Xiaoqiang Xue; Bibiao Jiang, Chemical Communication, 2018

Here, we report a remarkable 15 Å nanolayered tin phosphate, Sn(HPO4)2·3H2O (SnP–H+ or SnP), and its clay-like gel, which are multifunctional and are prepared using earth-abundant Sn and P chemicals by a facile, environmentally benign and potentially cost-effective process. This new energy ...

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Novel inorganic tin phosphate gel: multifunctional material

28-May-2018 | Wenyan Huang; Sridhar Komarneni; Young Dong Noh; Jianfeng Ma; Kunfeng Chen; Dongfeng Xue; Xiaoqiang Xue; Bibiao Jiang, Chemical Communication, 2018

Here, we report a remarkable 15 Å nanolayered tin phosphate, Sn(HPO4)2·3H2O (SnP–H+ or SnP), and its clay-like gel, which are multifunctional and are prepared using earth-abundant Sn and P chemicals by a facile, environmentally benign and potentially cost-effective process. This new energy ...

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