Chlorine evolution during the fusion of chlorofluoroindate glasses
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Due to their application in the formation of inorganic-organic nanocomposites, in promising electronic devices, as well as in heterogeneous catalysts, the intercalation of organic molecules in lamellar inorganic solids has a great interest. The copper(II) incorporation process was undertaken by forming suspensions of the materials in aqueous solutions of the metal. The affinity of the materials to the Cu<Superscript>2+</Superscript> ion exhibits the following sequence: octyldiamine>3-aminopyridine>piperazine. Due to the presence of Cu<Superscript>2+</Superscript>, after calcinations, the material recovers the initial characteristics, with a small displacement in the bands of infrared spectra.
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