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Pressure-induced amorphisation of negative thermal expansion (NTE) compounds : cyanides and zéolites

par Sébastien LAYSSAC - publié le , mis à jour le

Involved researchers : C.Levelut, J-L. Bantignies, collaboration ICG

Those nanoporous materials exhibit the pressure-induced amorphization (PIA) phenomenon. Both phenomena, NTE and PIA, seem to be related Those materials are interesting for fundamental reasons (simultaneous study of structure and vibrations in order to understand PIA and NTE phenomena), but also for industrial applications (material with no thermal expansion or whose thermal expansion fit that of a substrate for example). We perform in situ X-ray diffraction, total X-ray scattering and infra-red spectroscopy and ex-situ study of samples prepared in multi-anvil press is also performed in order to compare the structure of an amorphous materials obtained by densification of a zeolithe to that of a glass with similar composition, obtained by quenching a liquid. Collaboration with J. Haines, O. Cambon (Institut Charles Gerhardt, Montpellier - ICGM), Ph. Hébert, A. Isambert (CEA Le Ripault), D.Andrault, T. Hammouda (Laboratoire Magmas et Volcans, Université de Clermont Ferrand)

RMC models of pressure amorphized silicalite-1-F (a) and silica glass48 (inset to (b)) and the structure of silicalite-1-F projected along the[010] direction (b) (to scale, note that there are less atoms in the model for silica glass).[ JACS. 131 12333 (2009)] - © L2C

Publication représentative : Langmuir 24, 2008, pp.4013-4019
Publications :
J. Haines et al, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 131 (34), pp 12333-12338 (2009)
Isambert et al, Journal of Materials Chemistry, 2008, 18, 5746 - 5752 (2008).


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