Novel hydrogen chemisorption properties of amorphous ceramic compounds consisting of p-block elements: exploring Lewis acid–base Al–N pair sites formed in situ within polymer-derived silicon–aluminum–nitrogen-based systems - Archive ouverte HAL Access content directly
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Novel hydrogen chemisorption properties of amorphous ceramic compounds consisting of p-block elements: exploring Lewis acid–base Al–N pair sites formed in situ within polymer-derived silicon–aluminum–nitrogen-based systems

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Shotaro Tada
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Norifumi Asakuma
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Shiori Ando
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Toru Asaka
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Yusuke Daiko
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Sawao Honda
Masaaki Haneda
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Ralf Riedel
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Yuji Iwamoto

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This paper reports the relationship between the H 2 chemisorption properties and reversible structural reorientation of the possible active sites around Al formed in situ within polymer-derived ceramics (PDCs) based on an amorphous Si–Al–N system.
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hal-03138192 , version 1 (11-02-2021)

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Shotaro Tada, Norifumi Asakuma, Shiori Ando, Toru Asaka, Yusuke Daiko, et al.. Novel hydrogen chemisorption properties of amorphous ceramic compounds consisting of p-block elements: exploring Lewis acid–base Al–N pair sites formed in situ within polymer-derived silicon–aluminum–nitrogen-based systems. Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 2021, 9 (5), pp.2959-2969. ⟨10.1039/D0TA10271G⟩. ⟨hal-03138192⟩
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