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Zintl Phases

Thomas F. Fässler

Zintl Phases

Principles and Recent Developments

by Thomas F. Fässler

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Published by Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg in Berlin, Heidelberg .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Physical organic chemistry,
  • Inorganic Chemistry,
  • Chemistry

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Thomas F. Fässler
    SeriesStructure and Bonding -- 990
    ContributionsSpringerLink (Online service)
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25551336M
    ISBN 109783642211492, 9783642211508

    2. Zintl Ions and Zintl Phases. While there are many design strategies to making new compounds and materials, a very powerful guideline is the Zintl electron counting or Zintl-Klemm concept [26,27,28].Zintl phases, sometimes referred to as the valence precise intermetallics, are a large and continually growing collection of compounds whose structure and bonding can be rationalized by simple Cited by: 2. Zintl phases have garnered a great deal of attention for many applications. The term “Zintl phase” recognizes the contributions of the German chemist Eduard Zintl to the field of solid-state chemistry. While Zintl phases were initially defined as a subgroup of intermetallic phases where cations and anions or polyanions in complex intermetallic structures are valence satisfied, the Author: Susan M. Kauzlarich.

    In this study, the nanostructuring paradigm is extended for the first time to the bulk Mg 3 Sb 2 and Mg 3 Sb Bi Zintl phase compounds, which despite the advantages of price and abundance, so far have been disregarded for thermoelectric research due to low ZT relative to the available state-of-the-art thermoelectric by: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxx, pages: illustrations ; 25 cm: Contents: Introduction: Eduard Zintl: His Life and Scholarly Work / Rudiger Kniep Structure and Bonding at the Zintl Border / Gordon J. Miller Structural Patterns of Homo- and Heteronuclear Anions in Zintl Phases and Related Intermetallic Compounds and Concepts for Their.

    The electronic structures calculated by extended Hückel and TB-LMTO-ASA methods indicate that these compounds are metallic but with a deep pseudogap at the Fermi level. States that bind the extra electrons lie just below EF and involve important Yb(Ca)−Sn contributions. The origin of metallic Zintl phases is briefly by: 8. Description: This book presents recent advances in selected topics on the chemistry, structure, and bonding of Zintl phases and Zintl ions. A number of different research areas are presented, including the use of Zintl phases as precursors to novel solid state compounds, electrochemical synthesis of novel Zintl phases, Zintl phases at the.


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Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Zintl Phases: Principles and Recent Developments (Structure and Bonding Book ).5/5(1). Gordon J. Miller, Michael W. Schmidt, Fei Wang, Tae-Soo You: Quantitative Advances in the Zintl-Klemm Formalism Jürgen Evers: High Pressure Investigations on AIBIII Zintl Compounds (AI = Li to Cs; BIII = Al to Tl) up to 30 GPaAndrei Shevelkov, Kirill Kovnir: Zintl ClathratesUlrich Häussermann.

: Chemistry, Structure, and Bonding of Zintl Phases and Ions: Selected Topics and Recent Advances (Chemistry of Metal Clusters) (): Kauzlarich, S. M.: Books.

Read "Zintl Phases Principles and Recent Developments" by available from Rakuten Kobo. Gordon J. Miller, Michael W. Schmidt, Fei Wang, Tae-Soo You: Quantitative Advances in the Zintl-Klemm Formalism Jürgen E Brand: Springer Berlin Heidelberg. They cover structure and bonding at the Zintl border, structural patterns of homo- and hetero-nuclear anions and related intermetallic compounds and concepts for interpreting them, the early -block elements, polyanions in liquid ionic alloys, molecular transition metal complexes, transition metal compounds, and synthesizing and characterizing intermetallic materials using Zintl phases as precursors.

An introduction surveys the life and work of German chemist Eduard Zintl Format: Hardcover. Zintl Phases: Principles and Recent Developments Gordon J.

Miller, Michael W. Schmidt, Fei Wang, Tae-Soo You, Thomas F. Fässler Gordon J. Miller, Michael W. Schmidt, Fei Wang, Tae-Soo You: Quantitative Advances in the Zintl-Klemm Formalism. Jürgen Evers: High Pressure Investigations on A I B III Zintl Compounds (A I = Li to Cs; B III = Al to Tl) up to 30 GPa.

Andrei Shevelkov, Kirill Kovnir: Zintl Clathrates. Ulrich Häussermann, Verina F. Kranak, Kati Puhakainen: Hydrogenous Zintl Phases: Interstitial versus Polyanionic Hydrides. A number of different research areas are presented, including the use of Zintl phases as precursors to novel solid state compounds, electrochemical synthesis of novel Zintl phases, Zintl phases at the metal-insulator border, reactivity of Zintl phases, structure and bonding of novel Zintl compounds.

Zintl Phases Slavi C. Sevov Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Notre Dame, IN, USA 1. Introduction The subject of this chapter is a special class of intermetallics called 'Zintl phases' named after Edward Zintl who pioneered their exploration and the ratio- nale for their structures (Zintl and Dullenkopf.

In the most restrictive definition, Zintl phases are semiconducting intermetallics, where the electropositive cation provides the necessary electrons to the more electronegative metalloids in order to obtain a closed shell electronic configuration. Zintl phases and related compounds are promising thermoelectric materials; for instance, high zT has been found in Yb 14 M clathrates, and the filled rich solid-state chemistry of Zintl phases enables numerous possibilities for chemical substitutions and structural modifications that allow the fundamental transport parameters (carrier concentration, mobility, effective.

Zintl Phases as Reactive Precursors for Synthesis of Novel Silicon and Germanium-Based Materials by Matt Beekman 1,*, Susan M. Kauzlarich 2, Luke Doherty 1,3 and George S. Nolas 4 1Cited by: 2. Lavinia M. Scherf, Antti J.

Karttunen, Oliver Pecher, Pieter C. Magusin, Clare P. Grey and Thomas F. Fässler, [Ge2]4− Dumbbells with Very Short Ge−Ge Distances in the Zintl Phase Li3NaGe2: A Solid‐State Equivalent to Molecular O2, Angewandte Chemie,3, (), ().

Zintl phases for thermoelectric devices Susan M. Kauzlarich,* aShawna R. Brown and G. Jeffrey Snyderb Received 13th FebruaryAccepted 11th April First published as an Advance Article on the web 24th April DOI: /bb By converting waste heat into electricity and improving the efficiency of refrigeration systems,File Size: KB.

As a general definition, a Zintl phase is one that contains a Group IA or IIA metal with a metalloid from later groups in the periodic table, but some of these materials have variable composition.

Therefore, many Zintl phases contain Bi, Sn, In, Pb, As, Se, or Te as the metalloid. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

Article Views are the COUNTER-compliant sum of full text article downloads since November (both PDF and HTML) across all institutions and : John D. Corbett. the area of Zintl phases that would be useful to both novices and experts. The book is a compilation of chapters written by individual experts in research areas that range from syntheses, properties, chemical.

Gordon J. Miller, Michael W. Schmidt, Fei Wang, Tae-Soo You: Quantitative Advances in the Zintl-Klemm Formalism Jürgen Evers: High Pressure Investigations on AIBIII Zintl Compounds (AI = Li to Cs; BIII = Al to Tl) up to 30 GPa Andrei Shevelkov, Kirill Kovnir: Zintl Clathrates Ulrich Häussermann, Verina F.

Kranak, Kati Puhakainen: Hydrogenous Zintl Phases: Interstitial versus Polyanionic. Books Zintl Phases: Principles and Recent Developments (Structure and Bonding Book ) free for now ☛ Click Here ☚ Zintl Phases Principles and Recent Developments Thomas ~ “This volume contains four fairly diverse chapters that concern different aspects of Zintl phases .A recent example is the discovery that Yb 14 M a transition metal Zintl compound, has twice the zT as the material currently in use at NASA.

This perspective outlines a strategy to discover new high zT materials in Zintl phases, and presents results pointing towards the success of this by: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. In chemistry, a Zintl phase is the product of a reaction between a group 1 (alkali metal) or group 2 (alkaline earth) and any post-transition metal or metalloid (i.e.

from gr 14, 15 or 16).