Organically Templated Linear and Layered Iron Sulfates

Citation data:

Chemistry of Materials, ISSN: 0897-4756, Vol: 15, Issue: 5, Page: 1174-1180

Publication Year:
2003
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Repository URL:
http://scholarsmine.mst.edu/chem_facwork/1885
DOI:
10.1021/cm020772p
Author(s):
Paul, Geo L.; Choudhury, Amitava; Rao, Chintamani Nagesa Ramachandra
Publisher(s):
American Chemical Society (ACS)
Tags:
Chemistry; Chemical Engineering; Materials Science; Organic templating; Antiferromagnetism; Composition; Hydrothermal synthesis; Iron compounds; Metamagnetism; Molecular structure; Sulfate minerals; Organometallics; ferromagnetic material; ferrous sulfate; fluorophosphate; article; crystal structure; magnetism; synthesis; temperature; thermogravimetry; X ray diffraction; Organic templating; Antiferromagnetism; Composition; Hydrothermal synthesis; Iron compounds; Metamagnetism; Molecular structure; Sulfate minerals; Organometallics; ferromagnetic material; ferrous sulfate; fluorophosphate; article; crystal structure; magnetism; synthesis; temperature; thermogravimetry; X ray diffraction
article description
Linear and layered organically templated iron sulfates have been prepared under hydrothermal conditions. The linear iron sulfates, with the compositions [HN(CH)NH]- [FeF(SO)], I, [C(NH)][FeF(SO)], II, [HN(CH)NH(CH)NH][FeF(SO)], III, and [HN(CH)NH] [FeFSO], IV, possess the chain topologies found in tancoite, butlerite, and sideronatrite minerals. The layered sulfate V, with the composition [HN(CH)NH] [FeF-(SO)(HO)], can be considered to be formed from butlerite-type chains and with a structure similar to that of the layered fluorophosphate, ULM-10. Whereas the linear chains show the presence of antiferromagnetic interactions, the layered iron sulfate exhibits metamagnetism.