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Statistical thermodynamics of staging and intercalation

  • S. A. Safran
Part of the NATO ASI Series book series (NSSB, volume 172)

Abstract

Although the original motivation for recent studies of the physical properties of intercalation compounds was technological, it was soon realized that these materials had a rich variety of novel structural properties. In particular, the in-plane structure of a single layer of intercalant have been shown to include quasi-two-dimensional solid, liquid, gas, and incommensurate solid phases, along with their associated phase transitions1. In addition, intercalation compounds also exhibit a modulated structure that is unique, namely staging.

Keywords

Intercalation Compound Graphite Intercalation Compound Guest Species Host Layer Fractional Stage 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • S. A. Safran
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  1. 1.Corporate ResearchExxon Research and EngineeringAnnandaleUSA

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