Hydrothermal synthesis of molybdenum oxide based materials: strategy and structural chemistry.

Abstract

The preparative flexibility of hydrothermal syntheses needs to be systemised for exploring complex structure-synthesis relationships and morphology control options in materials chemistry. This is demonstrated for the targeted hydrothermal preparation of molybdenum oxide materials: firstly, in situ studies were employed for the efficient production of MoO(3) nanofibres. Furthermore, ionic substances as structure-directing tools brought forward a new class of fluorinated polyoxomolybdates.

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@article{Michailovski2006HydrothermalSO, title={Hydrothermal synthesis of molybdenum oxide based materials: strategy and structural chemistry.}, author={Alexej Michailovski and Greta R Patzke}, journal={Chemistry}, year={2006}, volume={12 36}, pages={9122-34} }