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Hydrothermal Conversion of Layered Niobate K4Nb6O17·3H2O to Rare Microporous Niobate K6Nb10.8O30

Hydrothermal Conversion of Layered Niobate K4Nb6O17·3H2O to Rare Microporous Niobate K6Nb10.8O30
Yusuke Ide, Wataru Shirae
A layered niobate, K4Nb6O17·3H2O, was converted to a rare microporous niobate, K6Nb10.8O30, via a simple hydrothermal treatment. The obtained K6Nb10.8O30 had a considerably smaller particle size than K6Nb10.8O30, prepared by a conventional solid-state reaction, and showed enhanced adsorption properties.

Publisher URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/acs.inorgchem.7b01796

DOI: 10.1021/acs.inorgchem.7b01796

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