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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Topotactic exchange and intercalation of calcium phosphate
Author: Lima, CBA
Airoldi, C
Abstract: The precursor (NH4)(2)Ca(H2PO4)(2)(H2O)-H-. (CaAP) compound was obtained by combining a calcium chloride solution with dibasic ammonium phosphate. After submitting it to a thermal treatment, crystalline calcium phosphate, Ca(H2PO4)(2)(H2O)-H-. (CaP) was isolated. X-ray diffraction patterns for this compound indicated good crystallinity, with a peak at 2theta = 12.8degrees, to give an interlamellar distance of 697 pm, which changed to 1550 pm, when the reaction employed phenylphosphonic acid, and to 1514 pm when intercalated with methylamine. Phosphorus and calcium analysis from colorimetric and gravimetric methods gave for CaP 24.2 and 15.8%, respectively, to yield a P:Ca molar ratio equal to two. The phosphorus nuclear magnetic resonance presented a peak centered at -1.23 ppm, in agreement with the existence of phosphate groups in protonated form. CaAP showed a mass loss of 21.2% in the 466 to 541 K interval due to ammonia and water elimination to yield Ca(PO3)(3), and CaP can be dehydrated at 440 K for 6 h. A topotactical exchange occurred when CaP is intercalated with methylamine or reacted with phenylphosphonic acid to yield the phosphonate compound and the infrared spectrum of the resulting compound clearly showed the presence of PO4 and PO3 groups. The topotactic exchange was also demonstrated by X-ray diffractometry in following the stages of decomposition from 527 to 973 K. (C) 2004 Elsevier SAS. All rights reserved.
Subject: calcium phosphate
topotactic exchange
ethylamine
phenylphosphonic acid
Country: Holanda
Editor: Elsevier Science Bv
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1016/j.solidstatesciences.2004.06.009
Date Issue: 2004
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