Intercalation of Methylamine into the Protonated Forms of Layered Perovskite-Like Oxides HLnTiO4 (Ln = La and Nd)
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New hybrid organic-inorganic derivatives HLnTiO4 · CH3NH2 (Ln = La and Nd) are obtained via the intercalation of methylamine into the interlayer space of protonated layered perovskite-like titanates HLnTiO4. The existence of three stable methylamine derivatives, namely, α-, β-, and γ-forms, is found for each of the titanates. The thermal stability of the obtained intercalation products is studied and their structural parameters are determined.
Keywordslayered titanate methylamine intercalation organic-inorganic compounds hydrothermal microwave synthesis
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