Jean-Louis Fourquet

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New oxyfluorides Li(2x)Ca(1.5-x) square (0.5-x)M2O6F (M = Nb, Ta), belonging to the cubic pyrochlore structural type (Z = 8, a approximately 10.5 angstroms), were synthesized by solid state reaction for 0 < or = x < or = 0.5. XRD data allowed us to determine their structures from single crystals for the two alpha and beta-Ca(1.5) square (0.5)Nb2O6F forms(More)
NMR studies of (7)Li and (31)P nuclei are reported in the 150-900 K temperature range for the [Formula: see text] NASICON compounds with x = 0.8, 0.7, 0.6 and 0.3. Magic angle spinning (MAS mode) experiments were performed at room temperature on the (7)Li and (31)P nuclei. The linewidth and the spin lattice relaxation times of these nuclei are studied(More)
The NASICON compound Li(0.2)Nd(0.8/3)Zr(2)(PO(4))(3), synthesized by a sol-gel process, has been structurally characterized by TEM and powder diffraction (neutron and X-ray). It crystallizes in the space group R3[combining macron] (No. 148): at room temperature, the Nd(3+) ions present an ordered distribution in the [Zr(2)(PO(4))(3)](-) network which leads(More)
We demonstrate for the first time, a new CO(2) capture ability monitored by a Ruddelsden-Popper compound. Under a humid CO(2) atmosphere, Li(2)SrTa(2)O(7) is transformed into LiHSrTa(2)O(7) releasing lithium hydroxide which combined with the atmospheric CO(2) leads to Li(2)CO(3). The presence of carbonate is confirmed by IR, thermal analysis coupled with(More)
A new n = 2 member acentric Ruddlesden-Popper layered perovskite LiHSrTa(2)O(7) (LiDSrTa(2)O(7)) has been synthesized and structurally characterized from Rietveld treatment of its powder X-ray and high-resolution neutron diffraction data. It can be synthesized by a partial Li(+)/H(+) exchange from the mother phase Li(2)SrTa(2)O(7) either in solid state by(More)
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