Mössbauer study of iron in high oxidation states in the K–Fe–O system
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Oxidation of metallic iron by potassium superoxide leads to the formation of ferrate(V). Under room temperature this compound is unstable and instantly decomposes by disproportionation mechanism. Grinding the substance into powder accelerates the decomposition process.
KeywordsIron in high oxidation states Ferrates Mössbauer spectroscopy Disproportionation Solid-state synthesis
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