Articles written in Bulletin of Materials Science
Volume 35 Issue 4 August 2012 pp 693-700
The intercalation of fluorophosphate (PO3F2-, FP) in the [Zn–Al] layered double hydroxides (LDHs) was investigated. A nitrate precursor was prepared by coprecipitaion at pH 9. An attempt to intercalate FP by direct coprecipitation reaction led to a poorly crystalline LDH phase. The effects of pH, aging time and anion concentration were studied and allowed to confirm that the best crystalline material, with high exchange extent, was obtained by carrying out the exchange at 25 °C in 0.1 M FP solution at pH 9 with at least 20 h of aging time.
Volume 40 Issue 4 August 2017 pp 745-751
Layered double hydroxides (LDHs), also called anionic clays, consist of cationic brucite-like layers and exchangeable interlayer anions. These hydrotalcite-like compounds, with Zn and Al in the layers and chloride in the interlayer space, were prepared following the coprecipitation method at constant pH. The effect of pH, aging time and anion concentration on the intercalation of fluorophosphate (PO$_3$F$_2$−, FP) in the [Zn–Al] LDH was investigated. The best crystalline material, with high exchange extent, was obtained by carrying out the exchange at 25◦C in a 0.03 M FP solution at pH 7 with at least 42 h of aging time. A mechanism for the FP intercalation was confirmed by X-ray diffraction, infrared spectroscopy and thermogravimetry (TG) analyses (TG and DTG curves).
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