Calcium Silicate Phases Explained by High-Temperature-Resistant Phosphate Probe Molecules.

@article{Giraudo2016CalciumSP,
  title={Calcium Silicate Phases Explained by High-Temperature-Resistant Phosphate Probe Molecules.},
  author={Nicolas Giraudo and Samuel Bergdolt and Jonas Wohlgemuth and Alexander Welle and Rainer Schuhmann and Franz Koeniger and Peter Thissen},
  journal={Langmuir : the ACS journal of surfaces and colloids},
  year={2016},
  volume={32 51},
  pages={
          13577-13584
        }
}
In this work, high-temperature-resistant phosphate molecules are applied to characterize ultrathin (100 nm) calcium silicate (C-S) phases. These C-S phases are synthesized on silicon wafers, and the interaction of phosphates with the C-S phases is studied by means of in situ transmission Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy. At room temperature, the chemistry of the system is dominated by the formation of calcium phosphates (C-P). In the case of temperature rising to 1000 °C, the C-S… CONTINUE READING
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