5 edition of Zintl ions found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||volume editor, Thomas F. Fässler ; with contributions by G.S. Armatas ... [et al.].|
|Series||Structure and bonding -- 140, Structure and bonding -- 140.|
|LC Classifications||QD171 .Z56 2011, QD461 .S92 v.140|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 156 p. :|
|Number of Pages||156|
|ISBN 10||3642211801, 364221181X|
|ISBN 10||9783642211805, 9783642211812|
|LC Control Number||2011929695|
In book: Encyclopedia of Inorganic Chemistry. Cite this publication. Susan M Kauzlarich. Herein, the increasingly pronounced relationship between the fullerides and the nine‐atom Zintl ions. Also, upon dissolution of these salt-like solids, the polyatomic Zintl ions found in the crystal are often retained in solution and can be subsequently employed as reactive precursors to new materials [27,28,38]. Indeed, Zintl himself studied both the solid-state and the solution chemistry aspect of the compounds that now bear his name [23,38].
R. B. King, Structure and Bonding in Zintl Ions and Related Main Group Element Clusters, Zintl Ions, /__21, (), (). Crossref Sandra Scharfe, Florian Kraus, Saskia Stegmaier, Annette Schier, Thomas F. Fässler, Zintl‐Ionen, Käfigverbindungen und intermetalloide Cluster der Elemente der und Zintl Ions and Zintl Phases While there are many design strategies to making new compounds and materials, a very powerful guideline is the Zintl electron counting or Zintl-Klemm concept [26,27,28].
A complete review of the NMR, EPR, general spectroscopic properties, and the dynamic behavior of the group 14 Zintl ions and their derivatives are provided. The review focuses primarily on the Pb and Sn NMR studies involving derivatives of the E 9 4− ions (E = Sn, Pb) and their coupled products. R. Bruce King: Structure and Bonding in Zintl Ions and Related Main Group Element Clusters Stefanie Gärtner, Nikolaus Korber: Polyanions of Group 14 and Group 15 Elements in Alkali and Alkaline Earth Metal Solid State Compounds and Solvate Structures Bryan Eichhorn, Sanem Kocak: Dynamic Properties of the Group 14 Zintl Ions and Their Derivatives Thomas F. Fässler: Relationships .
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Bruce King: Structure and Bonding in Zintl Ions and Related Main Group Element Clusters. Stefanie Gärtner, Nikolaus Korber: Polyanions of Group 14 and Group 15 Elements in Alkali and Alkaline Earth Metal Solid State Compounds and Solvate Structures.
Bryan Eichhorn, Sanem Kocak: Dynamic Properties of the Group 14 Zintl Ions and Their. Zintl Ions Principles and Recent Developments Editors: Fässler, Thomas F.
(Ed.) This series presents critical reviews of the present position and future trends in modern chemical research concerned with chemical structure and bonding. Zintl Ions. Structure and Bonding (Book ) Share your thoughts Complete your review. Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book.
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M.: Books. Chemistry, Structure, and Bonding of Zintl Phases and Ions - Google Books. Seven chapters report current research into the phases and ions of a class of compounds that are electronically positioned. This book presents recent advances in selected topics on the chemistry, structure, and bonding of Zintl phases and Zintl ions.
A number of different research areas are presented, including the use of Zintl phases as precursors to novel solid state compounds, electrochemical synthesis of novel Zintl phases, Zintl phases at the metal-insulator border, reactivity of Zintl phases, structure and.
Book ReViews Chemistry, Structure, and Bonding of Zintl Phases and Ions. Edited by Susan M. Kauzlarich (University of CaliforniasDavis). VCH Publishers, Inc.: New York, Weinheim and Cambridge. $ xxx + pp. ISBN The interest in Zintl phases and ions has significantly increased in.
Zintl Phases Slavi C. Sevov Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Notre Dame, IN, USA 1. Introduction The subject of this chapter is a special class of intermetallics called 'Zintl phases' named after Edward Zintl who pioneered their exploration and the ratio- nale for their structures (Zintl and Dullenkopf.
Zintl ions. Zintl phases that contain molecule-like polyanions are often soluble in liquid-ammonia, ethylenediamine, crown ethers or cryptand solutions. Therefore, they are referred to as (naked) Zintl ions. While extended networks are typical for electron rich anions, the isolated species are often found on the more electron poor side.
This book documents the metamorphosis of Zintl ions from objects of virtu to valuable precursors for the synthesis of larger main group element cluster units of well-defined composition and size. Historical milestones of Zintl ion chemistry have been reviewed (Eduard Zintl: His life and scholar work.
Zintl Ions. por. Structure and Bonding (Book ) Comparte tus pensamientos Completa tu reseña. Cuéntales a los lectores qué opinas al calificar y Brand: Springer Berlin Heidelberg. Description: This book presents recent advances in selected topics on the chemistry, structure, and bonding of Zintl phases and Zintl ions.
A number of different research areas are presented, including the use of Zintl phases as precursors to novel solid state compounds, electrochemical synthesis of novel Zintl phases, Zintl phases at the. Abstract For a long time, Zintl ions of Group 14 and 15 elements were considered to be remarkable species domiciled in solid‐state chemistry that have unexpected stoichiometries and fascinating structures, but were of limited relevance.
This volume presents recent advances in selcted topics on the chemistry, structure, and bonding of Zintl phases and Zintl ions. Areas covered include: the use of Zintl phases as precursors to novel solid state compounds; and electrochemical synthesis of novel Zintl phases; Zintl phases at the metal-insulator border; reactivity of zintl phases; structure and bonding of novel Zintl compounds.
For M = Ni, the primary product formed is the D4d [email protected] cluster that has also been structurally characterized. The [email protected] clusters (M = Pd, Pt) and the new Zintl ions closo-Pb and closo-Pb were formed in the gas phase but have not been detected in solution or the solid state.
Zintl ions are naked anionic clusters of main group elements (e.g. Sn 9 4-and Sb 7 3-) that have been known for over years. Bimetallic Zintl ions provide an excellent bridge between large molecular clusters and small metallic nanoparticles.
Three examples are shown in Figure 1. Walter Steurer, in Physical Metallurgy (Fifth Edition), Zintl Phases. Zintl phases belong to the family of valence compounds. They are polyanionic compounds at the borderline between metallic and nonmetallic (ionic). Constituents of classical Zintl phases are electropositive elements of groups 1–2 on one side and electronegative elements of groups 13–16 on the other side.
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Recent results in the field, such as the use of Zintl phases for novel materials, are also ds: Zintl phases; Zintl ions; Zintl compounds;main group clusters;intermetallics;ternary. Zintl ions containing pinictogens tend to form polycyclic hydrocarbon-like structures such as nortricyclane [Pn 7] 3−.The close structural analogy to hydrocarbons rests on the fact that Pn elements are isolobal with a CH fragment, and the bonding can generally be understood in terms of simple two-center, two-electron bonding.
This book presents critical reviews of the present state and future trends in research concerned with chemical structure and bonding, concentrating on Zintl Ions and related materials.
Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Zintl clusters. Zintl compounds feature naked anionic clusters that are generated by reduction of heavy main group p elements, mostly metals or semimetals, with alkali metals, often as a solution in anhydrous liquid ammonia or ethylenediamine.
Examples of Zintl anions are [Bi 3] 3−, [Sn 9] 4−, [Pb 9] 4−, and [Sb 7] 3−.We report the synthesis, characterization, and computational rationalization of the first trimetallic deltahedral Zintl ions.
The novel nine-atom clusters were structurally characterized as dimers of [(Sn6Ge2Bi)2]4− with Ge–Ge intercluster bonds. They are synthesized either .