Neutron powder diffraction - new opportunities in hydrogen location in molecular and materials structure
Artikel i vetenskaplig tidskrift, 2014

The potential of neutron powder diffraction in the location of hydrogen atoms in molecular materials and inorganic-molecular complexes is reviewed. Advances in instrumentation and data collection techniques that have made this field accessible are reviewed, along with a wide range of applications carried out by our collaboration investigating functional materials, hydrogen-containing minerals and molecular compounds. Some of the limitations in this area, particularly for molecular systems, are also addressed.

molecular and materials systems

MIGRATION

X-RAY-DIFFRACTION

CHEMICAL PHYSICS LETTERS

PROTON-TRANSFER

VARIABLE-TEMPERATURE

CRYSTAL-STRUCTURE

V181

BOND

hydrogenous materials

UREA-PHOSPHORIC ACID

STRO R

hydrogen bonding+hydrogen location

ZEISES SALT

AB-INITIO

1991

LBURN GHW

1966

P232

SOLID-STATE

JOURNAL OF THE CHEMICAL SOCIETY A -INORGANIC PHYSICAL THEORETICAL

neutron powder diffraction

P1609

Författare

Chick C. Wilson

University of Bath

Paul Henry

Chalmers, Kemi- och bioteknik, Oorganisk miljökemi

M. Schmidtmann

Universitat Oldenburg

V. P. Ting

University of Bath

E. Williams

University of Bath

M. T. Weller

University of Bath

Crystallography Reviews

0889-311X (ISSN)

Vol. 20 162-206

Ämneskategorier

Kemi

DOI

10.1080/0889311x.2014.886202