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Evidence of the influence of the cationic composition on the anionic affinity of layered double hydroxides

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The effect of the cationic composition on the anionic affinity is evaluated by studying the reconstruction of the layered double hydroxide structure from mixed oxides obtained by the heat treatment of the Mg4Al2-layered double hydroxides solid solution, in aqueous solutions containing carbonates, sulfates, and nitrates. After synthesis, all the samples present the same c parameter whatever the iron content. After a thermal treatment at moderate temperature, amorphous mixed oxides are obtained from all the samples. The influence of the cationic composition is clearly demonstrated on the anionic affinity as the Mg4Al2-amorphous mixed oxides reconstructs the layered double hydroxide structure with 90 % carbonates and 10 % sulfates whereas the Mg4Fe2-amorphous mixed oxides reconstruct the layered double hydroxide structure with 89 % carbonates, 7 % sulfates, and 4 % nitrates. The nitrate ratio increases as the iron content increases.

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Chimie Matériaux

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hal-00824340 , version 1 (21-05-2013)

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Fabian Delorme, Alain Seron, Benoit Vergnaud, Pierre Galle-Cavalloni, Véronique Jean-Prost, et al.. Evidence of the influence of the cationic composition on the anionic affinity of layered double hydroxides. Journal of Materials Science, 2013, 48 (15), pp.5273-5279. ⟨10.1007/s10853-013-7318-5⟩. ⟨hal-00824340⟩
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