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By Guy Ouvrard (auth.), Patrick Bernier, John E. Fischer, Siegmar Roth, Stuart A. Solin (eds.)

This quantity presents a checklist of the second one ASI at the topic "Chemical Physics of Intercalation", which used to be patterned after its hugely profitable July 1987 predecessor. A turning out to be group of chemists, physicists and fabrics scientists has come to understand the application of extending the intercalation proposal to commonplace guest-host compounds and good strategies. The unifying subject matters are the advanced section equilibria which consequence from the contest among repulsive and tasty interactions among and in the visitor and host substructures, the tunability of houses through keep an eye on of visitor focus and superlattice periodicity, and the vast spectrum of power functions which those fabrics may supply. The luck of this initiative could be judged by means of noting the enlarged scope of fabrics lined during this quantity in comparison to its predecessor. the current quantity covers the spectrum from third-dimensional oxides, 2-dimensional classical layer intercalates,- dimensional doped polymers and zero-dimensional doped fullerene lattices. Hybrid platforms corresponding to polymers in layer hosts and nonporous hosts also are handled. numerous chapters supply worldwide unifying viewpoints by way of focussing on bought nation chemical features, delivery and optical houses, the prevalence of superconductivity, etc.

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This was a first indication that superconductivity in GICs is not a two-dimensional one. 5 and 10. It took more than a decade after this pioneering work until further investigations of the superconductivity of alkali metal doped graphite were performed. Superconductivity of CsK and CsRb was confirmed in 1978 [10] and 1985 [11], respectively, followed by detailed investigations of anisotropy effects. It might be interesting to mention that in the meantime Ginzburg wrote in a book entitled "high-temperature superconductivity" [12] that from the view point of possibili ties to raise T c the most promising materials are layered compounds and dielectricmetal-dielectric sandwiches.

With the previously supposed unchanged structure, no modification was expected in EXAFS signals. In fact drastic changes were observed in EXAFS and the systems were completely reanalyzed from a structural point of view. Nil k~ Figure 22. Modules of the Fourier transforms of the nickel Kedge EXAFS spectra for various compositions in the LixNiPS3 system (uncorrected for phase shifts). 5) system52 . 524 A for the second peak. When lithium is intercalated a new peak appears at a shorter distance than the one observed for octahedral sulfur coordination.

Their width is characteristic of a poorly crystallized phase as expected for the room temperature synthesis. 7(2)°, taking into account parameter variations from the pristine NiPS3 cell. All parameters are enlarged corresponding to a volume expansion of 13 %. Such an expansion must be related to accomodation of intercalated lithium atoms and to a size variation of tetrahedra occupied by reduced nickel atoms. 28 A corresponds to a tetrahedral sites volume expansion of about 15%. 25 A similar study has been performed on the LixFePS3 system, conflrming the validity of the hypotheses in the previous study and showing a somewhat different behaviour for the two systems 54 .

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