A redox reaction between fine particulate Al and TiO2·nH2O during milling

Y. Kojima, Tetsuhiko Isobe, M. Senna, T. Shinohara, S. Ono, K. Sumiyama, K. Suzuki

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Abstract

A process of complex formation between fine particulate Al and titania hydrogel during milling is examined with reference to a similar process between two hydrogels, Al(OH)3 and TiO2 H2O. One of the most typical features for the present system is the redox reaction, where metallic Al atoms are coupled with oxygen to form ordinary AlO6 units via an intermediate 5-coordinated states, as detected by high resolution 27Al solid state NMR. Ti3+ ions were detected by ESR. The amount of these bivalent ions increased with milling time but leveled off on prolonged milling. A thermit reaction was detected by thermal analyses of the mixture after prolonged milling. At the same time, a highly polarized OH bond was formed during milling, as detected by solid state proton NMR, serving as a hinge to link aluminum and titanium atoms, leading to a precursor of Al2TiO5. Local inhomogeneity in an atomic scale, as detected from a detailed analysis of 27Al is typical and unavoidable for materials prepared via a mechanical route.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)569-574
Number of pages6
JournalMaterials Science Forum
Volume225-227
Issue numberPART 1
Publication statusPublished - 1996

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Redox reactions
Hydrogels
particulates
Titanium
Nuclear magnetic resonance
Ions
Atoms
Hydrogel
Hinges
Aluminum
Paramagnetic resonance
Protons
Oxygen
titanium
solid state
nuclear magnetic resonance
hinges
atoms
ions
inhomogeneity

Keywords

  • AlTiO
  • OH Groups. Local Inhomogeneity
  • Redox Reaction
  • Solid State NMR

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Kojima, Y., Isobe, T., Senna, M., Shinohara, T., Ono, S., Sumiyama, K., & Suzuki, K. (1996). A redox reaction between fine particulate Al and TiO2·nH2O during milling. Materials Science Forum, 225-227(PART 1), 569-574.

A redox reaction between fine particulate Al and TiO2·nH2O during milling. / Kojima, Y.; Isobe, Tetsuhiko; Senna, M.; Shinohara, T.; Ono, S.; Sumiyama, K.; Suzuki, K.

In: Materials Science Forum, Vol. 225-227, No. PART 1, 1996, p. 569-574.

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Kojima, Y, Isobe, T, Senna, M, Shinohara, T, Ono, S, Sumiyama, K & Suzuki, K 1996, 'A redox reaction between fine particulate Al and TiO2·nH2O during milling', Materials Science Forum, vol. 225-227, no. PART 1, pp. 569-574.
Kojima Y, Isobe T, Senna M, Shinohara T, Ono S, Sumiyama K et al. A redox reaction between fine particulate Al and TiO2·nH2O during milling. Materials Science Forum. 1996;225-227(PART 1):569-574.
Kojima, Y. ; Isobe, Tetsuhiko ; Senna, M. ; Shinohara, T. ; Ono, S. ; Sumiyama, K. ; Suzuki, K. / A redox reaction between fine particulate Al and TiO2·nH2O during milling. In: Materials Science Forum. 1996 ; Vol. 225-227, No. PART 1. pp. 569-574.
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