New insights into the reaction pathways of different potassium/magnesium amide–hydride based sys- tems are discussed. In situ SR-PXD experiments were for the first time performed in order to reveal the evolution of the phases connected with the hydrogen releasing processes. Evidence of a new K–N–H intermediate is shown and discussed with particular focus on structural modification. Based on these results, a new reaction mechanism of amide–hydride anionic exchange is proposed.

A new potassium-based intermediate and its role in the desorption properties of the K-Mg-N-H system / Santoru, A; Garroni, Sebastiano; Pistidda, C.; Milanese, C.; Girella, A.; Marini, A.; Masolo, Elisabetta; Valentoni, A.; Bergemann, N.; Le, T. T.; Cao, H.; Haase, D.; Balmes, O.; Taube, K.; Mulas, Gabriele Raimondo Celestino Ettore; Enzo, Stefano; Klassen, T.; Dornheim, M.. - In: PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY CHEMICAL PHYSICS. - ISSN 1463-9084. - 18:5(2016), pp. 3910-3920. [10.1039/c5cp06963g]

A new potassium-based intermediate and its role in the desorption properties of the K-Mg-N-H system

GARRONI, Sebastiano;MASOLO, Elisabetta;MULAS, Gabriele Raimondo Celestino Ettore;ENZO, Stefano;
2016

Abstract

New insights into the reaction pathways of different potassium/magnesium amide–hydride based sys- tems are discussed. In situ SR-PXD experiments were for the first time performed in order to reveal the evolution of the phases connected with the hydrogen releasing processes. Evidence of a new K–N–H intermediate is shown and discussed with particular focus on structural modification. Based on these results, a new reaction mechanism of amide–hydride anionic exchange is proposed.
A new potassium-based intermediate and its role in the desorption properties of the K-Mg-N-H system / Santoru, A; Garroni, Sebastiano; Pistidda, C.; Milanese, C.; Girella, A.; Marini, A.; Masolo, Elisabetta; Valentoni, A.; Bergemann, N.; Le, T. T.; Cao, H.; Haase, D.; Balmes, O.; Taube, K.; Mulas, Gabriele Raimondo Celestino Ettore; Enzo, Stefano; Klassen, T.; Dornheim, M.. - In: PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY CHEMICAL PHYSICS. - ISSN 1463-9084. - 18:5(2016), pp. 3910-3920. [10.1039/c5cp06963g]
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