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Solid state metathesis reaction for metal borides, silicides, pnictides and chalcogenides: Ionic or elemental pathways

Parkin, IP; (1996) Solid state metathesis reaction for metal borides, silicides, pnictides and chalcogenides: Ionic or elemental pathways. CHEM SOC REV , 25 (3) 199 - +.

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Abstract

Solid rate metathesis reactions offer a rapid, low external energy route to a range of inorganic ceramic materials including nitrides, oxides, pnictides, chalcogenides, silicides and borides. The reactions can be filament or bulk thermally initiated and often proceed with a thermal flash or propagation wave. The reactions can follow either an ionic metathetical or a reductive recombination pathway.

Type:Article
Title:Solid state metathesis reaction for metal borides, silicides, pnictides and chalcogenides: Ionic or elemental pathways
Keywords:SELF-PROPAGATING ROUTES, PRECURSOR SYNTHESIS, RAPID SYNTHESIS, NITRIDES, LANTHANIDE, OXIDES, DICHALCOGENIDES, PHOSPHIDES, DISULFIDE, GAAS
UCL classification:UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Maths and Physical Sciences > Chemistry

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