Experimental and Theoretical Evidences of p-Type Conductivity in Nickel Carbodiimide Nanoparticles with a Delafossite Structure Type.

Abstract

Nickel carbodiimide (NiCN2) was synthesized using a two-step precipitation-decomposition route leading to a brown powder with gypsum-flower-like morphology and a large specific surface area (75 m2/g). This layered material crystallizes in the 2H structure type of delafossite (space group P63/mmc), which is built upon infinite 2/∞[NiN2] layers connected by… (More)
DOI: 10.1021/acs.inorgchem.7b00636

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@article{Jiang2017ExperimentalAT, title={Experimental and Theoretical Evidences of p-Type Conductivity in Nickel Carbodiimide Nanoparticles with a Delafossite Structure Type.}, author={Tengfei Jiang and Baptiste Polteau and Yoann C Farr{\'e} and Laurent Cario and Camille Latouche and Yann Pellegrin and Mohammed Boujtita and Fabrice Odobel and Franck Tessier and François Chevir{\'e} and St{\'e}phane Jobic}, journal={Inorganic chemistry}, year={2017}, volume={56 14}, pages={7922-7927} }