Data on fabrication of hydrogen-bearing ceramics by methods of “soft” chemistry, i.e., topotaxic exchange of mobile metal cations for H+ (H3O+) or NH4 + in the ready skeleton crystalline structure of the corresponding niobates (niobotungstates) and tantalates (tantalotungstates) preliminarily synthesized by high-temperature solid-phase reactions are presented. A unique combination of electrical (proton conduction) and chemical functions of such ceramics made it possible to create sensors for a whole spectrum of analytical devices, effective ion exchangers and sorption materials.
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 7, 2004
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