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Author(s): Machuca, L (Machuca, Lubomir); Dostal, L (Dostal, Libor); Jambor, R (Jambor,
Roman); Handlir, K (Handlir, Karel); Jirasko, R (Jirasko, Robert); Ruzicka, A (Ruzicka, Ales);
Cisarova, I (Cisarova, Ivana); Holecek, J (Holecek, Jaroslav)
Title: Intramolecularly coordinated organoantimony(III) carboxylates
Source: JOURNAL OF ORGANOMETALLIC CHEMISTRY, 692 (18): 3969-3975 AUG 15 2007
ISSN: 0022-328X
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Author(s): Zonov, YV (Zonov, Yaroslav V.); Karpov, VM (Karpov, Victor M.); Platonov, VE
(Platonov, Vyacheslav E.)
Title: Reaction of perfluoro-1-ethylindan withSiO(2)/SbF5 and skeletal transfonnations of
perfluoro-3-ethylindan-1-one under the action of SbF5 and SiO2/SbF5
Source: JOURNAL OF FLUORINE CHEMISTRY, 128 (9): 1065-1073 SEP 2007
ISSN: 0022-1139
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Author(s): Qin, YN (Qin, Yuening); Zhong, LY (Zhong, Lianyun); Wu, BL (Wu, Bolin)
Title: Preparation of ATO nanoparticles from a new composite complex salt
Source: MATERIALS TRANSACTIONS, 48 (1): 29-31 JAN 2007
ISSN: 1345-9678
Record 4 of 29
Author(s): Mittal, SK (Mittal, Susheel K.); Sharma, HK (Sharma, Harish K.); Kumar, SKA
(Kumar, S. K. Ashok)
Title: Synthesis, characterization and analytical application of zirconium (IV) antimonoarsenate
as a potentiometric sensor
Source: REACTIVE & FUNCTIONAL POLYMERS, 66 (10): 1174-1181 OCT 2006
ISSN: 1381-5148
Record 5 of 29
Author(s): Zarychta, B (Zarychta, Bartosz); Zaleski, J (Zaleski, Jacek)
Title: Phase transitions mechanism and distortion of SbCl63- octahedra in bis(nbutylammonium) pentachloroantimonate(III) (C4H9NH3)(2)[SbCl5]
Source: ZEITSCHRIFT FUR NATURFORSCHUNG SECTION B-A JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL
SCIENCES, 61 (9): 1101-1109 SEP 2006
ISSN: 0932-0776
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Author(s): Kargin, YF (Kargin, Yu. F.); Ivicheva, SN (Ivicheva, S. N.); Buslaeva, EY (Buslaeva,
E. Yu.); Yurkov, GY (Yurkov, G. Yu.); Volodin, VD (Volodin, V. D.)
Title: Reduction of various metal salts in opal matrices with supercritical isopropanol
Source: INORGANIC MATERIALS, 42 (9): 966-970 SEP 2006
ISSN: 0020-1685
Record 7 of 29
Author(s): Du, G; Zhang, DL; Zhao, L; Xu, JM; Zhou, DX
Title: On the microstructure and electrical properties of undoped and antimony-doped tin oxide
thin film deposited by sol-gel process
Source: HIGH-PERFORMANCE CERAMICS III, PTS 1 AND 2, 280-283: 835-838 Part 1-2 2005
Book series title: KEY ENGINEERING MATERIALS
ISSN: 1013-9826
Record 8 of 29
Author(s): Chaabouni, S; Savariault, JM; Ben Salah, A
Title: Crystal structure of tris (phenylammonium) chloride pentachloroantimonate (III)
monohydrate
Source: JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL CRYSTALLOGRAPHY, 34 (10): 661-664 OCT 2004
ISSN: 1074-1542
Record 9 of 29
Author(s): Sharma, P; Castillo, D; Rosas, N; Cabrera, A; Gomez, E; Toscano, A; Lara, F;
Hernandez, S; Espinosa, G
Title: Synthesis and structures of organoantimony compounds containing intramolecular Sb-N
interactions
Source: JOURNAL OF ORGANOMETALLIC CHEMISTRY, 689 (16): 2593-2600 AUG 15 2004
ISSN: 0022-328X
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Author(s): Bujak, M; Zarychta, B; Kobel, A; Zaleski, J
Title: Preparation, crystal structure at 298 and 90 K and phase transition in
(C2H5NH3)(2)[SbBr5] studied by the single crystal X-ray diffraction method
Source: ZEITSCHRIFT FUR NATURFORSCHUNG SECTION B-A JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL
SCIENCES, 59 (3): 298-304 MAR 2004
ISSN: 0932-0776
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Author(s): Kunkely, H; Vogler, A
Title: Optical properties of silver(I) hexafluoroantimonate(V): luminescence from a metal-tometal charge transfer state involving a transition and a main group metal
Source: INORGANIC CHEMISTRY COMMUNICATIONS, 7 (3): 400-401 MAR 2004
ISSN: 1387-7003
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Author(s): Peyronneau, M; Arrondo, C; Vendier, L; Roques, N; Le Roux, C
Title: An inexpensive and simple process for the preparation of antimony(III) and bismuth(III)
triflates
Source: JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR CATALYSIS A-CHEMICAL, 211 (1-2): 89-91 MAR 15 2004
ISSN: 1381-1169
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Author(s): Dailly, A; Schneider, R; Billaud, D; Fort, Y; Ghanbaja, J
Title: Nanometric antimony powder synthesis by activated alkaline hydride reduction of
antimony pentachloride
Source: JOURNAL OF NANOPARTICLE RESEARCH, 5 (3-4): 389-393 AUG 2003
ISSN: 1388-0764
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Author(s): Xiong, HM; Chen, JS; Li, DM
Title: Controlled growth of Sb2O5 nanoparticles and their use as polymer electrolyte fillers
Source: JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY, 13 (8): 1994-1998 2003
ISSN: 0959-9428
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Author(s): Lecureur, V; Le Thiec, A; Le Meur, A; Amiot, L; Drenou, B; Bernard, M; Lamy, T;
Fauchet, R; Fardel, O
Title: Potassium antimonyl tartrate induces caspase- and reactive oxygen species-dependent
apoptosis in lymphoid tumoral cells
Source: BRITISH JOURNAL OF HAEMATOLOGY, 119 (3): 608-615 DEC 2002
ISSN: 0007-1048
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Author(s): Haupt, S; Seppelt, K
Title: Solid state structures of AsCl5 and SbCl5
Source: ZEITSCHRIFT FUR ANORGANISCHE UND ALLGEMEINE CHEMIE, 628 (4): 729-734 APR
2002
ISSN: 0044-2313
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Author(s): Shabana, EI; El-Dessouky, MI; El-Aziz, MMA
Title: The ion exchange characteristics of antimonic acid
Source: JOURNAL OF RADIOANALYTICAL AND NUCLEAR CHEMISTRY, 251 (2): 293-296 FEB
2002
ISSN: 0236-5731
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Author(s): Werle, P; Slemr, F; Maurer, K; Kormann, R; Mucke, R; Janker, B
Title: Near- and mid-infrared laser-optical sensors for gas analysis
Source: OPTICS AND LASERS IN ENGINEERING, 37 (2-3): 101-114 FEB-MAR 2002
ISSN: 0143-8166
Record 19 of 29
Author(s): Ciminale, F; Lopez, L; Farinola, GM; Sportelli, S
Title: Aminium hexachloroantimonate salts: a latent source of antimony pentachloride
Source: TETRAHEDRON LETTERS, 42 (33): 5685-5687 AUG 13 2001
ISSN: 0040-4039
Record 20 of 29
Author(s): Alonzo, G; Bertazzi, N; Galli, P; Massucci, MA; Patrono, P; Saiano, F
Title: On the synthesis and characterization of layered antimony(III) phosphate and its
interaction with moist ammonia and amines
Source: MATERIALS RESEARCH BULLETIN, 33 (8): 1221-1231 AUG 1998
ISSN: 0025-5408
Record 21 of 29
Author(s): Yamagishi, I; Morita, Y; Kubota, M; Tsuji, M
Title: Ion exchange selectivity for Am3+, Nd3+ and Eu3+ on titanium antimonate and their
chromatographic separation
Source: RADIOCHIMICA ACTA, 75 (1): 27-32 1996
ISSN: 0033-8230
Record 22 of 29
Author(s): MOGODA, AS; BADAWY, WA; IBRAHIM, MM
Title: ROLE OF ANIONS IN THE ANODIC BEHAVIOR OF ANTIMONY IN AQUEOUS-SOLUTIONS
Source: BULLETIN OF ELECTROCHEMISTRY, 11 (6): 281-286 JUN 1995
ISSN: 0256-1654
Record 23 of 29
Author(s): ZHANG, DL; RETTIG, SJ; TROTTER, J; AUBKE, F
Title: SYNTHESIS AND CRYSTAL AND MOLECULAR-STRUCTURE OF CESIUM
HEXAKIS(FLUOROSULFATO)ANTIMONATE(V) AND ITS ROLE IN THE HSO3F-SB(SO3F)(5)
CONJUGATE SUPERACID SYSTEM
Source: INORGANIC CHEMISTRY, 34 (9): 2269-2270 APR 26 1995
ISSN: 0020-1669
Record 24 of 29
Author(s): FORSTER, GE; BEGLEY, MJ; SOWERBY, DB
Title: PHENYLANTIMONY(III) DITHIOCYANATE AND THE CRYSTAL-STRUCTURE OF
K[SBPH(SCN)(3)]
Source: JOURNAL OF THE CHEMICAL SOCIETY-DALTON TRANSACTIONS, (7): 1173-1176 APR 7
1995
ISSN: 0300-9246
Record 25 of 29
Author(s): SHARMA, J; SINGH, YP; RAI, AK
Title: SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF SOME DIPHENYL ANTIMONY(III) COMPLEXES OF
CYCLIC-DITHIOCARBAMATES
Source: PHOSPHORUS SULFUR AND SILICON AND THE RELATED ELEMENTS, 86 (1-4): 197-202
1994
ISSN: 0308-664X
Record 26 of 29
Author(s): PISAREVSKII, AP
Title: BISMUTH(III) AND ANTIMONY(III) SALTS FORMED BY FLUORINATED CARBOXYLIC-ACIDS
Source: KOORDINATSIONNAYA KHIMIYA, 20 (3): 192-194 MAR 1994
ISSN: 0132-344X
Record 27 of 29
Author(s): BOHATY, L; FROHLICH, R
Title: CRYSTAL-GROWTH, CRYSTAL-STRUCTURE, OPTICAL, ELECTROOPTIC AND
ELECTROSTRICTIVE PROPERTIES OF THE ORTHORHOMBIC TARTRATO-ANTIMONATE-(III)
NITRATE KZN[SB2((+)-C4H2O6)2]NO3.5H2O (KZNSBTN)
Source: ZEITSCHRIFT FUR KRISTALLOGRAPHIE, 209 (1): 14-17 1994
ISSN: 0044-2968
Record 28 of 29
Author(s): TSUJI, M; KANEKO, H; ABE, M; MORITA, Y; KUBOTA, M
Title: SYNTHETIC INORGANIC-ION EXCHANGERS SHOWING HIGH SELECTIVITY TOWARDS 5F
ELEMENTS
Source: RADIOCHIMICA ACTA, 60 (2-3): 93-98 1993
ISSN: 0033-8230
Record 29 of 29
Author(s): DOVE, MFA; SANDERS, JCP
Title: SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF CHLOROFLUOROANTIMONATES(V)
Source: JOURNAL OF THE CHEMICAL SOCIETY-DALTON TRANSACTIONS, (23): 3311-3316 DEC
7 1992
ISSN: 0300-9246
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Title: Preparation of highly dispersed antimony-doped tin oxide nanopowders by
azeotropie drying with isoamyl acetate
Author(s): Fen Y (Fen, Yang), Zhang X (Zhang Xue-jun), Xu W (Xu, Wu), Fang T (Fang, Tian), Gan
F (Gan Fu-xing)
Source: TRANSACTIONS OF NONFERROUS METALS SOCIETY OF CHINA 17 (3): 626-632 JUN
2007
Document Type: Article
Language: English
Cited References: 21
Times Cited: 0
Abstract: Antimony-doped tin hydroxide colloid precipitates were prepared by hydrolysis of
SnCl4 center dot 5H(2)O and SbCl3 ethanol solutions. Isoamyl acetate was selected as
azeotropic drying solvent and was compared with the most commonly used n-butanol solvent on
treating precipitate for low hard agglomeration precursor powders. The FT-IR, BET, XRD, and
TEM results of the precursor powders and calcinated antimony-doped tin oxide powders were
recorded. The results demonstrate that isoamyl acetate is an excellent azeotropic drying solvent
that can effectively prevent the agglomeration of particles and greatly improve the fluffiness of
the obtained dried powders. After these precursor powders are calcined, antimony-doped tin
oxide nanopowders with tetragonal rutile structure and high dispersivity can be obtained.
Title: Antimony oxide thin films from the atmospheric pressure chemical vapour
deposition reaction of antimony pentachloride and ethyl acetate
Author(s): Binions R (Binions, Russell), Carmalt CJ (Carmalt, Claire J.), Parkin IP (Parkin, Ivan P.)
Source: POLYHEDRON 25 (15): 3032-3038 NOV 3 2006
Document Type: Article
Language: English
Cited References: 30
Times Cited: 2
Abstract: The reaction of antimony pentachloride and ethyl acetate under atmospheric
pressure chemical vapour deposition conditions leads to the production of antimony (III) oxide
thin films on glass and gas sensor substrates. Scanning electron microscopy (SEM) indicated that
an island growth mechanism predominated. X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) revealed
binding energy shifts of 20.6 eV for O 2s and 35.4 eV for Sb 4d. The films were X-ray
amorphous. Energy dispersive X-ray analysis (EDXA) and electron probe microanalysis (EPMA)
gave coherent elemental compositions indicating that single phase Sb2O3 was made, with
negligible impurity levels. The films showed little optical reflectance (similar to 10%) and 6575% total transmission from 400 to 800 nm. Gas sensing experiments indicated that the films
responded best to a reducing gas at 400 degrees C. (C) 2006 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
Title: Aqueous latex/ceramic nanoparticle dispersions: colloidal stability and coating
properties
Author(s): Sun JK, Velamakanni BV, Gerberich WW, Francis LF
Source: JOURNAL OF COLLOID AND INTERFACE SCIENCE 280 (2): 387-399 DEC 15 2004
Document Type: Article
Language: English
Cited References: 75
Times Cited: 10
Abstract: The effect of pH on the colloidal stability of aqueous dispersions containing
antimony-doped tin oxide (ATO) Or indium tin oxide (ITO) nanoparticles and poly(vinyl
acetate-acrylic) copolymer (PVAc-co-acrylic) latex particles was investigated using experimental
observations and Derjiaguin, Landau. Verwey and Overbeek (DLVO) theory. The microstructure,
electrical properties and optical properties of composite coatings prepared from various
dispersions were also studied. Zeta potential measurements revealed that the isoelectric point
(IEP) of ATO nanoparticles was below pH 2.0, that of ITO nanoparticles was at pH similar to 6.0
and that of PVAc-co-acrylic latex was at pH - 2.0. ATO/PVAc-co-acrylic dispersions prepared at
pH 3 were stable, but those prepared at pH 1.5 formed aggregates, which settled quickly with
time. DLVO theory predictions are in accord with these results. Stable ITO/PVAc-co-acrylic
dispersions are obtained at a pH of 3.0 and 11.0 but dispersions are not stable at a pH of 6.0.
the IEP of ITO. At a pH of 3.0, DLVO results predict attraction between ITO particles and latex
particles. Dispersion pH affected the microstructures laid properties of ATO (or ITO)/PVAc-coacrylic coatings. Suspensions that formed aggregates produced coatings with lower percolation
thresholds,aid lower transparencies than those produced from stable suspensions. (C) 2004
Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved
Title: Bismuth carboxylates as precursors for the incorporation of bismuth in oxidebased materials
Author(s): Devillers M, Tirions O, Cadus L, Ruiz P, Delmon B
Source: JOURNAL OF SOLID STATE CHEMISTRY 126 (2): 152-160 NOV 1 1996
Document Type: Article
Language: English
Cited References: 32
Times Cited: 8
Abstract: The use of bismuth(III) carboxylates (acetate, oxoacetate, lactate, oxalate) as
precursors for the incorporation of this element on oxide supports is evaluated as a new tool to
generate bismuth-based oxide phases at the surface of MoO3 or WO3 supports. These insoluble
precursors are deposited as small particles from a slurry in a liquid hydrocarbon under
appropriate experimental conditions, Bismuth molybdate and tungstate phases are produced by
solid-state reactions between in situ generated Bi2O3 and the supporting oxide at 673 K. The
samples are characterized by specific surface area measurements, X-ray diffractometry, and Xray photoelectron spectroscopy, The selective oxidation of isobutene to methacrolein is employed
as a reaction test to demonstrate the applicability of this approach, The use of precursors
containing lactate or acetate-type ligands is found to generate materials displaying enhanced
specific surface area and high bismuth-to-molybdenum surface atomic ratios. This bismuth
enrichment of the surface is indicative of the presence of dispersed crystallites of either Bi2O3
itself or ternary Bi-Mo-O or Bi-W-O phases, which are known to promote partial oxidation of
alkenes, The performances of these materials in the isobutene to methacrolein conversion are
indeed in most cases definitely better than those of the so-called reference materials obtained
from the simple mixtures of the same oxides prepared separately. (C) 1996 Academic Press,
Inc.
Author(s): PISAREVSKII AP, MARTYNENKO LI
Source: KOORDINATSIONNAYA KHIMIYA 20 (5): 324-349 MAY 1994
Document Type: Review
Language: Russian
CRYSTALLINE-STRUCTURE OF ANTIMONY(III) ACETATE
Author(s): TROYANOV SI, PISAREVSKII AP
Source: KOORDINATSIONNAYA KHIMIYA 17 (10): 1349-1353 1991
Document Type: Article
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