Supercritical fluid processing: a new route for materials synthesis
Type:    Journal, Article
Title:    Supercritical fluid processing: a new route for materials synthesis
Author(s):    Weill, F.; Cansell, F.; Chevalier, B.; Demourgues, A.; Etourneau, J.; Even, C.; Pessey, V.; Petit, S.; Tressaud, A.
Date:    1999
Abstract:    Supercritical fluids exhibit a range of unusual properties that can be exploited for new reactions which are qualitatively different from those involving classical solid state chemistry. After giving a brief introduction to these fluids we describe their use in inorganic chemistry and related fields. We then present two examples concerning different areas of solid state chemistry: (i) the formation of novel inorganic nanoparticles; (ii) the preparation of new open-structure oxy(hydroxy)fluorides, thus showing the advantages of this supercritical fluid processing that can be seen as an alternative method to regular solution chemistry or solid-gas reactions.
Publisher:    The Royal Society of Chemistry
Journal (full):    Journal of Materials Chemistry
Volume:    9
Issue:    1
Start Page:    67
End Page:    75
Link:    http://pubs.rsc.org/en/content/articlelanding/1999/jm/a804964e
Link (PDF):    http://pubs.rsc.org/en/content/articlepdf/1999/jm/a804964e
Link (full):    http://pubs.rsc.org/en/content/articlehtml/1999/jm/a804964e

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