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Different roles of hydrazine as a complexant, alkali resource and reductant on reacting with metal ions for material synthesis

Different roles of hydrazine as a complexant, alkali resource and reductant on reacting with metal ions for material synthesis
Hydrazine (N2H4) reduction is one of the simplest and most widely used method for the synthesis of various metal element-based micro-/nano-materials. However, the roles of N2H4 during the chemical reaction are often diversified and subjected to further analysis. Here, Ni in turn produced its coordination compounds, hydroxide and pure metal with an increase in N2H4 content, where N2H4 plays diversified roles as a complexant, alkali resource and reductant, respectively. The elements Pr, Nd, Sm and Y exhibited high hydroxylation ability and formed their respective hydroxides. Their formation mechanisms are discussed and summarized. This study is useful for N2H4 to be employed for material synthesis.

Publisher URL: www.sciencedirect.com/science

DOI: S0277538717306137

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