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Author: A. N. Lobachev
ISBN: 0306108925
Pages: 256 pages
Publisher: Springer; 1973 edition (December 31, 1995)
Language: English
Category: Chemistry
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e-Book Crystallization Processes under Hydrothermal Conditions (Studies in Soviet Science) epub download

by A. N. Lobachev



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Part of the Studies in Soviet Science book series (STSS). Solubility of Sodalite in Aqueous Solutions of NaOH under Hydrothermal Conditions. L. N. Dem’yanets, E. Emel’yanova, O. K. Mel’nikov. 1. aboratory of Hydrothermal Synthesis, Institute of my of Sciences of the USSRMoscowUSSR. Bibliographic information. eds) Crystallization Processes under Hydrothermal Conditions. Studies in Soviet Science. Springer, Boston, MA. The hydrothermal method of growing single crystals has become widely accepted in the last few decades. Alkali Metal Growth Zone Hydrothermal Condition Partial Molar Volume Alkali Solution.

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Under hydrothermal conditions, reactants otherwise difficult to dissolve go into solution as complexes, in whose formation water itself or very soluble mineralizers can participate

Under hydrothermal conditions, reactants otherwise difficult to dissolve go into solution as complexes, in whose formation water itself or very soluble mineralizers can participate. Thus, one can obtain the conditions of chemical transport reactions, of which hydrothermal syntheses can be considered a special case. During recent decades in the geological sciences-in which the method is also historically rooted-it has received a strong impulse, whose effect on preparative solid state chemistry is discussed here.

Hydrothermal crystallization pathways of amorphous�ceric phosphate gels were found to be determined by the�ammonia concentration in a reaction medium. This allows for�highly selective hydrothermal synthesis of various finely crystalline�ceric phosphates, including Ce(PO4)(HPO4)0. 5,�(NH4)2Ce(PO4)2(H2O), and previously unknown NH4Ce2(PO4)3. The structure of the latter compound was solved from powder�X-ray diffraction data.

Get this from a library! Crystallization processes under hydrothermal conditions. Series Title: Studies in Soviet science. Other Titles: Issledovanie prot︠s︡essov kristallizat︠s︡ii v gidrotermalʹnykh uslovii︠a︡kh. Translated from Russian by .

Learn more about Hydrothermal Crystallization. Xiangzhen Yu, in Studies in Surface Science and Catalysis, 2007. Introduction to Zeolite Science and Practice. Stephen T. Wilson, in Studies in Surface Science and Catalysis, 2007. The hydrothermal crystallization of CoAPO-5 has been studied by Grandjean and coworkers using time-resolved in situ SAXS/WAXS, UV-VIS, Raman, and XAS. Data collected during heating to 180 °C allowed the observation of different steps occurring during the transformation of the amorphous gel into a crystalline material from a macroscopic and atomic perspective.

This collection conta ins the results of a number of investiga­ tions which have been carried out in the Hydrothermal Synthesis Laboratory of the Institute of Crystallography, Academy of Sciences of the USSR; it constitutes a continuation of an earlier collection which appeared in 1968: Hydrothermal Synthesis of Crystals. Problems associated with the synthesis of oxides, simple and complex sulfides, carbonates, silicates, and germanates are consid­ ered, and a great deal of factual material relating to the growth of single crystals of some of these compounds on a seed is presented. Some of the articles pay special attention to the kinetic asp­ ect of the growth of crystals; the conditions of growth are relat­ ed to the morphological characteristics of the growing faces, and the relationship between the habit of the crystals and the oomposi­ tion and constitution of the solutions is considered. A fair number of articles are concerned with the crystalliza­ tion of new compounds, most of which have now been synthesized under hydrothermal conditions for the very first time; these in­ clude ternary chalcohalides of composition AVBvIVVII. zirconates, lithium silicates, and germanates. The collection also contains a description of the apparatus used for precision measurements at high temperatures and pres­ sures. We hope that this publication will present a better idea of the special characteristics of the hydrothermal method of synthes­ izing and .growing crystals, and will prove useful to all those in­ terested in this field of knowledge.