Nanomaterials Preparation by Thermolysis of Metal Chelates

 
 
Springer (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 12. Juli 2018
 
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  • XVIII, 549 Seiten
978-3-319-93404-4 (ISBN)
 
The book focuses on the thermal transformations of various types of metal chelates, e.g. low molecular weight and polymeric metal chelates, coordination polymers and metal-organic frameworks. It analyzes the major advances and the problems in the preparation of metal oxide materials, mixed-oxide nanocomposites, carbon materials and polymer derived non-oxide nanocomposites by the thermolysis of different metal chelates. It also highlights the influence of the spatial and electronic structure of metal chelates on the mechanism and kinetics of their thermal transformations, and discusses important issues like conjugate thermolysis and computer modelling of the thermolysis process. This book is useful for researchers experienced in thermolysis as well as for young scientists interested in this area of science.
1st ed. 2018
  • Englisch
  • Cham
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  • Schweiz
Springer International Publishing
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  • 211 farbige Abbildungen, 273 s/w Abbildungen
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  • Höhe: 241 mm
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  • Breite: 156 mm
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  • Dicke: 40 mm
  • 1026 gr
978-3-319-93404-4 (9783319934044)
10.1007/978-3-319-93405-1
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Prof. Igor E. Uflyand, Dr. Sci. (Chem.) is the Head of Chemistry Department, Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don, Russia. He was born in 1956. He received his Ph.D. in 1981 after graduating from Rostov State University, Department of Physical and Colloid Chemistry. I.E. Uflyand received his Doctorate in Chemistry in 1996 from the Rostov State University. He received the title of Professor in 1996. The scope of his scientific interest is coordination and organometallic chemistry, metal chelate monomers and polymers on their base, catalysis by metal complexes, and nanomaterials. Prof. Uflyand is the author of over 150 scientific papers, 10 patents and four books. Gulzhian I. Dzhardimalieva, Dr, Sci. (Chem.) is the Head of Laboratory, Institute of Problems of Chemical Physics Russian Academy of Sciences, Chernogolovka, Moscow region, and Professor of Department of Applied Mechanics, Moscow Aviation Institute (National Research University), Russia. She received her Ph.D. in 1987 from the Institute of Chemical Physics, RAS in Moscow, and her Doctorate in Chemistry in 2010 from the Institute of Problems of Chemical Physics RAS in Chernogolovka. The scope of her scientific interest is metal-containing monomers and polymers on their base, macromolecular metal carboxylates, coordination polymers, and metallopolymer nanocomposites. She has been invited researcher of Auburn University, USA (2001), Warsaw Technology University, Poland (2002, 2011), Bremen University, Germany (2007), Turin University, Italy (2008), and Institute of composite and biomedical materials CNR, Neapol, Italy (2011, 2013). G.I. Dzhardimalieva was an issue editor of the Journal of Inorganic and Organometallic Polymers and Materials (2016, vol. 26, 6) and a member of the Organizing Committee of the International Conference on Macromolecular Metal Complexes MMC-17 (Tokyo, Japan, August, 2017). She is the author of about 150 scientific papers and 5 monographs.

Preface.- General Introduction.- References.- General Characterization of Thermolysis Methods of Metal Compounds.- Thermogravimetric Methods.- Linear Pyrolysis Method.- Volumetric Methods.- Thermolysis Induced by High-Energy Radiation.- Spray Pyrolysis.- Chemical Vapor Deposition.- References.- Thermolysis of Low Molecular Weight Metal Chelates.- Azomethine Metal Chelates.- Influence of metal nature.- Composition and structure of thermolysis products.- Chalcogenide Metal Chelates.- Influence of the ligand nature.- Environment influence.- Temperature influence.- ß-Diketonate Metal Chelates.- Other Metal Chelates.- References.- Metal Chelate Thermolysis in Polymer Matrix.- References.- The Conjugate Thermolysis - Thermal Polymerization of Metal Chelate Monomers and Thermolysis of Formed Polymers.- Thermolysis Kinetics of Metal Chelate Monomers.- Key Temperature-Separation Stages of Thermal Transformations of Metal Chelate Monomers.- Dehydration.- Polymerization.- Decarboxylation.- The Composition of the Gaseous and Solid Thermolysis Products of Metal Chelate Monomers.- The gaseous and condensed products.- The composition of the solid-phase products.- Kinetic Schemes and Thermal Transformation Reactions of Metal Chelate Monomers.- The total kinetic scheme and the decomposition pathways of the metal chelate monomers.- Transformation pathways of cobalt acrylate.- References.- Thermolysis of Metal Chelate Monomers in the Frontal Regime.- References.- Thermolysis of Polymeric Metal Chelates.- Preparation of Metal Oxide Materials.- Influence of the original morphology and particle size of polymeric metal chelates.- Influence of temperature.- Influence of surfactants.- Preparation of Mixed-Oxide Nanocomposites.- Synthesis of Carbon Materials.- Polymer Derived Non-Oxide Nanocomposites.- References.- Computer Modelling of the Kinetics of Nanoparticle Formation during Thermolysis of Metal Chelates.- References.- Conclusions and Future Prospects.- Index.

The book focuses on the thermal transformations of various types of metal chelates, e.g. low molecular weight and polymeric metal chelates, coordination polymers and metal-organic frameworks. It analyzes the major advances and the problems in the preparation of metal oxide materials, mixed-oxide nanocomposites, carbon materials and polymer derived non-oxide nanocomposites by the thermolysis of different metal chelates. It also highlights the influence of the spatial and electronic structure of metal chelates on the mechanism and kinetics of their thermal transformations, and discusses important issues like conjugate thermolysis and computer modelling of the thermolysis process. This book is useful for researchers experienced in thermolysis as well as for young scientists interested in this area of science.

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