In Situ Diffraction on Doping Reactions
The present article will review neutron- and synchrotron radiation (SR) diffraction experiments on acceptor-doped polyacetylene (PA) and polyparaphenylene (PPP) which aim at examining the onset of the reaction, the sequence of structures and the homogeneity of the reaction. These experiments were performed in-situ,which has the advantage that various sources of sample deterioration (e.g. by air) can be neglected.
KeywordsNeutron Diffraction Discontinuous Transition Graphite Intercalation Compound Transient Structure Intercalation Reaction
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