Authors:K. Sbai, A. Atibi, A. Charaf, M. Radid, and A. Jouini
We have studied the dehydration and the calcination under atmospheric pressure of cyclotriphosphate tetrahydrate of nickel and sodium, NiNa4(P3O9)2·6H2O, between 25 and 700°C by thermal analyses (TG, DTA) infrared spectrometry and X-ray diffraction. This study allows us the identification and the crystallographic characterization of a new phase, NiNa4(PO3)6, obtained between 350 and 450°C. NiNa4(PO3)6 crystallizes in the triclinic system, P–1, with the following unit cell parameters a=6.157(3) Å, b=6.820(6) Å, c=10.918(6) Å, =80.21(5)°, =97.80(9)°, =113.49(3)°, V=409.8 Å3, Z=1, M(19)=25 and F(19)=48 (0.0095; 42). The calcination of NiNa4(PO3)6, between 500 and 600°C, leads to a mixture of long-chain polyphosphates NiNa(PO3)3 and NaPO3. The kinetic characteristics of the dehydration of NiNa4(P3O9)2·6H2O were determined and discussed. The vibrational spectrum of the title compound, NiNa4(P3O9)2·6H2O, was interpreted in the domain of the stretching vibrations of the P3O9 rings, on the basis of its crystalline structure and in the light of the calculation of the normal IR frequencies of the P3O9 ring with D3h symmetry.
Authors:R. Kusiorowski, T. Zaremba, J. Piotrowski, and J. Adamek
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Authors:Seied Mahdi Pourmortazavi, Mehdi Rahimi-Nasrabadi, Iraj Kohsari, and Seiedeh Somayyeh Hajimirsadeghi
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Authors:A. Mukherjee, S. Mishra, and N. Krishnamurthy
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The Hodge–de Rham Theorem is introduced and discussed. This result has implications for the general study of several partial differential equations. Some propositions which have applications to the proof of this theorem are used to study some related results concerning a class of partial differential equation in a novel way.
Authors:Wenxian Wei, Bingbing Cui, Xiaohong Jiang, and Ludu Lu
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Authors:Jeanina Pandele Cusu, Adina Magdalena Musuc, Mihaela Matache, and Dumitru Oancea
available techniques, the differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) proved to be one of the most efficient methods for both screening and fundamental analyses of exothermic chemical reactions. Many organic compounds can decompose releasing a large amount of