Preparation and Properties of FeOC1-Pyridine Derivative Complexes and Their Reactivities with Methyl Alcohol
Reaction mechanisms between layer-type silicates and organic molecules have been extensively studied on clay-organic complexes from the viewpoints of crystal chemistry and earth science. In recent years, it was found that the superconducting transition temperatures of some transition metal dichalcogenides (MX2) were strongly influenced by absorbing pyridine molecules between the successive MX2 layers. Since this discovery, the reaction mechanism of formation and properties of intercalated inorganic compounds have extensively studied from the viewpoints of crystal chemistry and material science. In this report, preparation and partial characterization of FeOC1-pyridine-derivative complexes and the reactivity of the complexes with methyl alcohol are presented.
KeywordsPyridine Ring Crystal Chemistry Methyl Alcohol Methanol Molecule Brown Crystal
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