Proton and Ammonia Intercalation into Layered Iron Chalcogenides
Structurally related to the iron-based superconductors, two new intercalated iron chalcogenides (H0.5NH3)Fe2Ch2 where Ch = S, Se have been prepared. By topochemical conversion, the protons were exchanged by lithium to form (Li0.5NH3)Fe2Ch2. Hydrogen bonding plays a significant role in the guest-host interactions of these intercalated phases.
X. Zhou et al., "Proton and Ammonia Intercalation into Layered Iron Chalcogenides," Chemical Communications, vol. 54, no. 50, pp. 6895 - 6898, Royal Society of Chemistry, Jan 2018.
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01 Jan 2018
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