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Synthesis of HxLi1-xLaTiO4 from quantitative solid-state reactions at room temperature

Yip, Thomas W.S. and Cussen, E.J. and MacLaren, Donald (2010) Synthesis of HxLi1-xLaTiO4 from quantitative solid-state reactions at room temperature. Chemical Communications (London), 46 (5). pp. 698-700. ISSN 0009-241X

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Abstract

The layered perovskite HLaTiO4 reacts stoichiometrically with LiOH.H2O at room temperature give targeted compositions in the series HxLi1-xLaTiO4. Remarkably, the Li+ and H+ ions are quantitatively exchanged in the solid state and this allows stoichiometric control of ion exchange for the first time in this important series of compounds.

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