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Beiträge zur Chemie homoatomarer Tetrelidcluster in Ammoniak

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Härtl, Oliver (2012) Beiträge zur Chemie homoatomarer Tetrelidcluster in Ammoniak. PhD, Universität Regensburg

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Abstract (German)

Die sogenannte Hochtemperaturroute ist heutzutage die gängigste Methode zur Untersuchung von Zintl-Clustern und deren Reaktionen. Über Hochtemperatur-Reaktionen werden Festkörperphasen dargestellt, die die gewünschten Polyanionen bereits enthalten. Die anschließende Solvatation erfolgte bei der vorliegenden Arbeit in flüssigem Ammoniak. Mit Si433- und [Ni@Pb12]4- konnten zwei neuartige ...

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Translation of the abstract (English)

Today, the so-called high temperature route is the method of choice to investigate Zintl anions and their reactions. At first, solid state phases that contain the desired polyanions are prepared by high-temperature solid state reactions. The subsequent solvation was done in liquid ammonia. In Si43- and [Ni@Pb12]4- two new cluster anions were characterized. The silicide cluster of the compound ...

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Item Type:Thesis of the University of Regensburg (PhD)
Date:11 April 2012
Referee:Prof. Dr. Nikolaus Korber
Date of exam:4 April 2012
Institutions:Chemistry and Pharmacy > Institut für Anorganische Chemie > Arbeitskreis Prof. Dr. Nikolaus Korber
Research groups and research centres:Not selected
Keywords:Zintl anions, cluster, crystal structure, solvation in liqudid ammonia
Subjects:500 Science > 540 Chemistry & allied sciences
Status:Published
Refereed:Yes, this version has been refereed
Created at the University of Regensburg:Yes
Owner: Universitätsbibliothek Regensburg
Deposited On:11 Apr 2012 12:26
Last Modified:13 Mar 2014 18:44
Item ID:23720
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