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Topochemical Approach for Transition-Metal Exchange Assisted by Copper Extrusion from Cu2FeBO5 to Fe3BO5

Abstract : All fields of today's technology are concerned with multifunctional materials, the subject of constantly expanding research. Among them, metal transition oxides occupy a strategic place because of the properties directly correlated with metal valence linked with oxygen stoichiometry. To enhance or induce new properties, knowledge of the relationships between the structural and physical characteristics is of prime importance, but a design at low scale also appears to be a powerful tool to increase the chemical reactivity and stabilize new compounds. Herein, an unexpected reaction is reported that associates the exchange of copper and iron in a 3D ludwigite lattice with the huge release of oxygen (14% by weight) at moderate temperature (<450 degrees C). Annealing of Cu2FeBO5 in a reducing atmosphere leads to the extrusion of copper and the formation of Fe3BO5, the micro/nanostructural state of which facilitates the partial Cu2FeBO5 recovery associated with the capture of oxygen in oxidizing conditions.
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Christine Martin, Antoine Maignan, Anne Guesdon, Fabien Laine, Oleg I. Lebedev. Topochemical Approach for Transition-Metal Exchange Assisted by Copper Extrusion from Cu2FeBO5 to Fe3BO5. Inorganic Chemistry, American Chemical Society, 2017, 56 (5), pp.2375-2378. ⟨10.1021/acs.inorgchem.6b03101⟩. ⟨hal-02175408⟩

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