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Compendium of Synthetic Procedures for One-Dimensional Substances

  • Paul J. Nigrey

Abstract

In recent years, the area of one-dimensional materials has attracted considerable interest in the international research community and, due to the unique nature of these materials, a broad range of scientists, including chemists, experimental physicists, and theoretical physicists, have been joined together in an attempt to understand the chemical and physical properties of these materials. Since a close collaborative effort between chemists and physicists is required, a simplified understanding of the synthetic techniques is useful. The purpose of this chapter, therefore, is to enable the novice (chemist or physicist) to have at his disposal a collection of synthetic procedures for the preparation of representative one-dimensional materials. These procedures were chosen, by the author, from the sometimes large selection of literature articles, in such a way as to permit the facile synthesis of the desired materials. The literature citations reflect the author’s desire to provide only specific synthetic procedures while at the same time allowing a survey of other possible methods.

Keywords

Synthetic Procedure Complex Salt Simple Salt Ammonium Iodide International Research Community 
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  • Paul J. Nigrey
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  1. 1.Laboratory for Research on the Structure of MatterUniversity of PennsylvaniaPhiladelphiaUSA

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