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This name within the authoritative Interface technology and know-how sequence offers the main good points and purposes of changed oxide and phosphate surfaces. * Examines either easy and utilized elements * contains examples from contemporary courses
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This suggests that not only adsorption but also coordination occurs between the europium complex and the nitrogen atoms of the organic moiety, since a large complex/matrix ratio implies a minor amount of nitrogen atoms per complex molecule, that is, a minor amount of nitrogen atoms enters the europium coordination sphere. Taking into account that the emission spectrum of ‘‘free’’ Eu(fod)3 is almost identical to that obtained for the Eu(fod)3-doped LS, it is possible to claim that LS could be used as an inert substrate to support Eu(fod)3 and, possibly, other LCMDs.
The increase of the intensity of the 5D0 ! 7F2 emission band with the increase of the percentage of the adsorbed complex is a predictable result, taking into account that the measured intensity is proportional to the complex amount. For samples with 1% and 5% of the europium complex, it is found that the intensity suffers a decrease with increasing time of applied pressure. Since a decrease of the interlayer distance is observed with time, under a constant pressure , it is reasonable to suppose that the intensity of the 5D0 !
T. Kissinger, Anal. Chem. 53 (1981) 2259. 13. V. Yu. Z. Bernadyuk, Colloid J. 66 (2004) 387. 14. Powder Diffraction File of the Joint Committee on Powder Diffraction Data, International Centre for Diffraction data, Swarthmore, PA, 1995. 15. G. Vernin, S. Chakib, C. Parkanyi, Carbohydr. Res. 305 (1998) 1. 16. S. Lerdkanchanapon, D. Dollimore, J. Thermal Anal. 49 (1997) 887. C H A P T E R F O U R C HEMISTRY ON O RGANOFUNCTIONALIZED N ANOSTRUCTURED O XIDES ’ S URFACES Contents 1. Introduction 33 2.